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June 16, 2006
Mendocino Food, wine oxide
and fun for arrests
some relief good causes
Thompson, Boxer bills
both in committee ‘Laughing gas’
The Daily Journal reportedly sold
Area fishermen might be edging at Redwood Run;
closer to federal relief from the
devastated salmon season. Two 3-year investigation
bills, one authored by Sen. Barbara By BEN BROWN
Boxer, D-Calif., and the other by The Daily Journal
U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson, D-St. The Mendocino County
Helena, are currently in committees Sheriff’s Office, working
in the U.S. Senate and House of with the FBI, concluded a
Representatives, respectively. Sen. three-year investigation into
Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., also the sale of nitrous oxide dur-
backs Boxer’s bill. ing the annual Redwood Run
Some expressed dissatisfaction motorcycle rally Sunday, with
following Gov. Arnold the arrest of three suspects,
Schwarzenegger’s June 5 procla- including one who may be a
mation of a state of emergency in Hells Angel.
10 California counties, including Robert Poulin, 59, of East
Mendo-cino, because it guaranteed Palo Alto, Anthony
only emergency loans to those who Cassandro, 40, of Redwood
had suffered damage from the City, and Joseph Harrison, 42,
severely restricted salmon season. of San Jose, were all arrested
Many feel that more aid and action on suspicion of sale of nitrous
on the Klamath River is required oxide and conspiracy to com-
for a long-term solution. mit a felony in Piercy at 2
The bills, introduced in late a.m. Sunday.
April, if moved out of committee, Harrison was also arrested
approved and signed by the on suspicion of possession of
President, would provide just that. a dangerous weapon for
They call for the secretary of com- allegedly carrying two billy
merce to provide emergency disas- clubs.
ter assistance for affected commer- According to an MCSO
cial fishermen and related business- report, a search warrant was
es in the region and to develop and Daily Journal file photo
Sarah Garguilo, left, shares a laugh with Nicole Malone at last year’s Mendocino Wine Affair. served on Poulin’s
implement a research and recovery Freightliner RV and the vehi-
plan for Klamath River salmon. cle used to tow it. Deputies
According to the bills, $81 mil-
lion would be made available for
affected commercial fishermen.
Also, the Department of Commerce
Two-day party set for June 23-24 allegedly found and seized
$64,066 in cash and 19 tanks
of nitrous oxide. Seventeen of
the tanks were empty.
would be required to complete a By JAMES ARENS This year’s Wine Affair will benefit: Mendocino
The Daily Journal Search and Rescue, Mendocino Winegrowers “It’s been a ritual for them
Klamath salmon recovery plan to show up at the Redwood
within six months of the bills’ pas- The Mendocino Winegrowers Alliance will be Foundation, local health care through the Ukiah Valley
holding its 8th Annual Mendocino Wine Affair on Medical Center, Project Sanctuary and the Mendocino Run and sell this substance,”
sage, and provide $45 million to said MCSO Capt. Kurt
implement it. Friday, June 23 at Parducci Wine Cellars in Ukiah and Community Health Clinics. Last year’s Wine Affair
Saturday, June 24 at Fetzer Vineyards Valley Oaks in raised about $20,000 for local organizations. Smallcomb.
In addition, the secretary of Smallcomb said the
commerce would be required to Hopland. “Everyone benefits from the generosity of the peo-
“Both nights have something to offer,” said John ple attending and the local wineries,” Enquist said. Sheriff’s Office has had
submit yearly progress reports to Poulin under surveillance for
Congress, showing how water Enquist, executive director of the Mendocino On Friday at Parducci Wine Cellars, a Mendocino
Winegrowers Alliance. “The events will both be fun Western Wine Round-Up with a “Spaghetti Western” the last two years, with the
quantity, water quality and salmon help of the California
populations have been increased, and festive for everyone involved.” theme is on the menu with about 250 people planning
The Wine Affair originally started as a small fund- to attend. They will have the opportunity to meet vint- Highway Patrol, the Major
and how these factors specifically Crimes Task Force, the
benefit the salmon spawning habi- raiser about 11 years ago. “It originally benefited the ners and growers and sample a variety of wines that
Mendocino Search and Rescue,” Enquist said. “But will compliment an assortment of grilled meats and Mendocino County District
tat. Attorney’s Office and the
Thompson represents Califor- we really wanted to vamp it up so it helped other char- pasta dishes.
ities and nonprofit organizations.” This will be the first “The event will have about 70 to 80 wines to choose Humboldt County Sheriff’s
nia’s First Congressional District, Office.
which includes Mendocino County. year the fund-raising will help local health care orga-
nizations. See WINE, Page A-13 Poulin is reported to be the
According to Matt Gerien, commu- president of the Daly City
See SALMON, Page A-14 See NITROUS, Page A-14
On-Call firefighters see the U.S. while gaining experience
By LAURA CLARK States and respond to fires and
The Daily Journal ‘I saw most of the United States from natural disasters. They also work
Fighting fire never looked so
good, at least through the eyes of
a helicopter or fire engine, and it’s on the rehabilitation of state
national parks and wildlife
an On-Call firefighting program an adventure that you get paid for.’ refuges. ... We had people picking
coordinator. up pieces of the space shuttle a
Sponsored by the U.S. Forest couple years ago in Arizona,” he
Service, the On-Call firefighting MIKE WOSKOW said.
program pays its recruits to fight local program coordinator More recently, local crews --
fire and essentially see the coun- which combined consist of about
try at the same time. you get paid for,” said Mike 50 firefighters from Lake,
“I saw most of the United Woskow, local program coordina- Mendocino and Sonoma counties
States from a helicopter or fire tor. -- spent time in Virginia.
engine, and it’s an adventure that Unlike volunteer firefighters, On April 15, two local teams
On-Call firefighters are paid were dispatched to a 30-acre light-
between $9 and $16 an hour when ning fire burning in Pennington
Submitted photo fighting fires and typically during Gap, Va., Woskow said. Three
Crew Leaders Jose Alavos training, Woskow said. days and 90 scorched acres later,
(primary) and Garrett Galli “This is a career step and they were reassigned to a 1,600-
(secondary/in background) resume builder toward regular fire acre prescribed fire, also in
shown “firing” at a 1,600- service employment,” said Virginia. A day later they were
acre prescribed fire in Woskow, a firefighter since 1974.
Bubbling Springs, Va. “They go all over the United See ON-CALL, Page A-14
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Investors FUNERAL NOTICES
The world briefly
rally to [\ Medical Center in
Fairfield; Ca. Hector was
born May 21, 1934 in
chael. Pops we are all going
to miss you dearly.
A viewing will take place
Microsoft says Bill Gates to transition
push Dow Paraquaro, Guanajuato,
Mr. Acevedo is survived
at the Eversole Mor-
tuary on Saturday, June
17, 2006 from 9:00
from day-to-day role over next two years
past 11,000 by his wife of 46
years, Celia Acevedo; chil-
AM to 5:00 PM and again
on Sunday, June
REDMOND, Wash. (AP) — Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill
Gates said Thursday he will transition from day-to-day respon-
sibilities at the company to concentrate on the charitable work
By CHRISTOPHER WANG dren Jose Acevedo 18, 2006 from 2:00 PM to
AP Business Writer & his wife Amelia Soto, 7:00 PM. At 4:00 of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
NEW YORK — Wall Juanita Mackenzie & PM on Sunday a Rosary Gates will continue as the company’s chairman after trans-
Street rallied for a second ses- her husband John, Jorge Service will be held ferring his duties over a two-year period.
sion Thursday as strong earn- Acevedo, Olga Ace- at the Eversole Mortuary. “This was a hard decision for me,” said Gates, who founded
ings from Bear Stearns Cos. vedo, Robert Acevedo & A Funeral Mass will the world’s largest software company with childhood friend
and mild economic data his wife Michelle, be held on Monday, June Paul Allen. “I’m very lucky to have two passions that I feel are
helped stocks regain their Patti Acevedo-Brooks & 19, 2006 at St. so important and so challenging. As I prepare for this change, I
footing after several weeks of her husband Brett Mary of the Angels firmly believe the road ahead for Microsoft is as bright as ever.”
hefty losses. The Dow Jones Brooks, grandchildren Catholic Church at 10:00 Microsoft’s Chief Technical Officer Ray Ozzie will immedi-
industrials surged almost 200 HECTOR ACEVEDO Samuel, James, Sa- AM. ately assume Gate’s title as chief software architect and begin
points to surpass the closely Hector Acevedo passed mantha, Brandon, Connor, Arrangements are under working with Gates on overseeing all software technical
watched 11,000 level. away surrounded by Raymond, Han- the direction of the design.
Although the day’s data his family on June 12, 2006 nah, Alec, step-grandchil- Eversole Mortuary Chief Technical Officer Craig Mundie will immediately take
gave mixed signals on eco- at North Bay dren Kristi and Mi- 707-462-2206. the new title of chief research and strategy officer and will work
nomic growth, investors again with Gates in those areas. Mundie also will partner with gener-
brushed aside worries about al counsel Brad Smith to guide Microsoft’s intellectual proper-
inflation and interest rates fol- ty and technology policy efforts.
Please sign the guest book at www.ukiahdailyjournal.com. Funeral notices are paid announce-
lowing a month of selling that ments. For information on how to place a paid funeral notice or make corrections to funeral
pulled the Dow down more notices please call our classified department at 468-3529. Senate rejects call for pullout of U.S.
than 8 percent. The Dow troops from Iraq by year’s end
jumped 110 points Death notices are free for Mendocino County residents. Death notices are limited to name of
Wednesday as investors came deceased, hometown, age, date of death, date, time, and place of services and the funeral WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress plunged into divisive
to terms with the likelihood home handling the arrangements. For information on how to place a free death notice please election-year debate on the Iraq war Thursday as the U.S. mil-
that the Federal Reserve will call our editorial department at 468-3500. itary death toll reached 2,500. The Senate soundly rejected a
hike rates later this month. call to withdraw combat troops by year’s end, and House
The market turned sharply Republicans laid the groundwork for their own vote.
In a move Democrats criticized as gamesmanship, Senate
higher Thursday afternoon
after Fed Chairman Ben
Bernanke said record energy
Man suspected of molesting 10-year-old Republicans brought up the withdrawal measure and quickly
dispatched it — for now — on a 93-6 vote.
The Daily Journal member of the victim -- a 10- ing to the report. The proposal would have allowed “only forces that are crit-
and commodity prices could Albert Matthews, 61, of year-old-girl -- who told them
account for some of the recent Mendocino County ical to completing the mission of standing up Iraqi security
Covelo, was arrested at 5 p.m. she had observed a possible Sheriff’s Capt. Kurt forces” to remain in Iraq in 2007.
uptick in core prices but that Saturday in the 23000 block act of child molestation that
inflation expectations have Smallcomb said Matthews Across Capitol Hill in a daylong House debate, Republicans
of Ledger Lane in Covelo, on had occurred in May. defended the Iraq war as a key part of the global fight against
remained within historical suspicion of committing lewd During an investigation by was investigated on similar
ranges. terrorism while Democrats assailed President Bush’s war poli-
acts against a child under the the Sheriff’s Office, the girl charges in the past but was cies and called for a new direction in the conflict.
Despite recent signs of a age of 14. told deputies that molestation
slowing economy, analysts never convicted. Matthews is “When our freedom is challenged, Americans do not run,”
According to a report from had taken place. Further House Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Ill., said in remarks laden
say inflationary pressures the Mendocino County investigation led deputies to not a registered sex offender.
remain a risk and that higher Matthews is being held in with references to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Sheriff’s Office, deputies suspect Matthews, who admit-
interest rates could put a seri- were contacted by a family ted to the allegations, accord- county jail on a $75,000 bond.
ous dent in economic growth. Captured papers from al-Qaida hideout
The Fed has said it would sac-
rifice growth to keep prices indicate a weakening insurgency
from rising. CORRECTIONS was booked into jail on suspi- 101 north of Shimmins Ridge BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — A document purportedly captured
“This looks mostly like a cion of battery at 11:36 a.m. Road that occurred at 1:05 in an al-Qaida hideout portrays the insurgency in Iraq as being
continued part of the rebound
The Ukiah Daily Journal reserves this Tuesday. p.m. Wednesday resulted in in “bleak” shape, saying that it is losing strength and proposing
space to correct errors or make clarifications
from the big selloff,” said Ed to news articles. Significant errors in obitu-
BOOKED -- Shayne Tyler major injuries and closed ways to stir up trouble between the U.S. and Iran to divert
Peters, chief investment offi- ary notices or birth announcements will Wrede, 21, of Fort Bragg, was southbound lanes of Highway American attention.
cer at PanAgora Asset result in reprinting the entire article. Errors booked into jail on suspicion 101 for 45 minutes. American and Iraqi forces have killed 104 insurgents in 452
may be reported to the editor, 468-3526.
Management. He noted that of first-degree burglary and According to reports from raids nationwide since al-Qaida in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-
the rally may have been dri- knowingly receiving stolen the California Highway Zarqawi was killed last week, the U.S. military said.
goods at 11:32 p.m. Patrol, Shannon Smith, 35, of
ven by short sellers buying
stocks to cover their positions
LOTTERY NUMBERS Wednesday. Chico, was northbound on
Arrests, weapons seizures and money shortages are taking a
heavy toll on al-Qaida’s insurgency in Iraq, according to the
following weeks of declines. DAILY 3: night: 3, 8, 4. Those arrested by law enforcement Highway 101 in a 1990 Honda three-page transcript released Thursday by the Iraqi govern-
officers are innocent until proven guilty.
The Dow jumped 198.27, afternoon: 6, 8, 9. People reported as having been arrest-
CRX at approximately 60 ment, which said it reflects al-Qaida policy and the terror orga-
or 1.83 percent, to 11,015.19, FANTASY 5: 01, 18, 24, ed may contact the Daily Journal once mph. As Smith passed through nization’s cooperation with groups loyal to Saddam Hussein.
finishing above the 11,000 27, 34. their case has been concluded so the a sweeping left-curve, a deer There was no way to confirm the authenticity of the infor-
results can be reported. Those who feel
mark for the first time since DAILY DERBY: 1st the information is in error should con-
ran across the highway and mation attributed to al-Qaida, and U.S. and Iraqi officials
June 6. After shedding 186 Place: 02, Lucky Star. 2nd tact the appropriate agency. In the case struck her vehicle’s left-rear offered conflicting accounts of when and where it was seized.
points on Monday and Place: 09, Winning Spirit. of those arrested on suspicion of dri- wheel, causing her to lose Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s office said Iraqi
ving under the influence of an intoxi- control and spin into the
Tuesday to fall into the red for 3rd Place: 03, Hot Shot. cant: all DUI cases reported by law forces found the document in al-Zarqawi’s hideout after the
the first time this year, the Race time: 1:44.51. enforcement agencies are reported by southbound lanes. June 7 U.S. airstrike that killed him.
Dow saw its best two-day run the newspaper. The Daily Journal makes At the same time, Dale
no exceptions. Deckman, 48, of Lakeside,
since April 2003 and the
index is now back in positive SHERIFF’S REPORTS was traveling south on U.S. identifies Egyptian militant
territory for 2006. The following were CHP REPORTS Highway 101 on a 1999 as successor to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi
Broader stock indicators Harley Roadking motorcycle
compiled from reports at about 60 mph. According to BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — The U.S. military said Thursday
also saw strong gains. The prepared by the Mendo- The following were the man claiming to be the new al-Qaida in Iraq leader suc-
Standard & Poor’s 500 index compiled from reports the report, Deckman struck
cino County Sheriff’s the right-rear wheel of
gained 26.12, or 2.12 percent, Office: prepared by the Califor- See BRIEFLY, Page A-13
to 1,256.16, and the Nasdaq nia Highway Patrol: Smith’s Honda and was eject-
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composite index surged ACCIDENT -- A two-
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Willits, was booked into jail
Bonds slumped as stocks
on suspicion of assault with a Eversole Mortuary
deadly weapon and parole
rose, with the yield on the 10- violations at 1:26 a.m. Crematory & Evergreen Memorial Gardens
year Treasury note rising 5.10 Tuesday.
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What’s Playing Trek 2006 -- Local Mormons
‘A MAN AND HIS SECRETARY’ -- Final weekend! World
premiere comedy written and directed by guest artist David
relive their ancesotor’s legacy
By KATHY DAVIDSON
Babcock; Ukiah Playhouse; 1041 Low Gap Road; Ukiah; 8 and SHARON MORGENSEN
p.m.; 462-9226. Special for the Journal
JE-JEUNE -- Singer/guitarist; every Friday; 2 to 4 p.m.; Broken wheels, illness,
Coffee Critic; 476 N. State St.; 462-1840. snake bites and accidents
PAULINA LOGAN -- Vocalist and acommpanist Jim along the trail were common
Switzer’s first appearance; Himalayan Cafe; 1639 S. State St.; experiences for the Mormon
Ukiah; reservations recommended; 467-9900. Pioneers. From 1846-1866 it
DAN FRANKLIN -- Guitarist, vocalist, basist; Ukiah is estimated that approxi-
Brewing Co.; 745 N. State St; Ukiah; 9:30 p.m.; $5 cover mately 70,000 Mormon
charge; 21 and older only. Pioneers made the trek to the
DJ DANCE MUSIC – DJ dance music; with Smokin’ Joe; Salt Lake, Utah Valley.
lots of drink specials; Perkins Street Lounge; 228 E. Perkins Between 1856-1860, 3,000
St., Ukiah; 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. men, women and children
‘YO-GAY’ -- Pride Alliance Network yoga class; Yoga walked and pulled handcarts
Mendocino; 206 Mason, Ukiah; 10 a.m. to noon. with all their earthly posses-
sions that could fit in a 5-foot
by 6-foot handcart space to
SATURDAY begin a new life.
It is estimated that between
A CENTURY OF HOPI WICKER BASKETRY -- 4,000-5,000 died on the way
Slideshow presentation by Barbara Goldeen and John Selmer to their promised land. The
of Santa Fe Crafts; Grace Hudson Museum; 431 S. Main St.; Mormon “Saints” as they
Ukiah; 11 a.m, with sale of of contemporary Southwestern were called, came by the
Indian jewelry and basketry from 1 to 4 p.m. thousands, young and old,
‘A MAN AND HIS SECRETARY’ -- Final showing. World sick and healthy from all over
premiere comedy written and directed by guest artist David the world to make the trek
Babcock; Ukiah Playhouse; 1041 Low Gap Road; Ukiah; 8 west which started from
p.m.; 462-9226. Illinois. Children walked by
DON WILLIS -- Continental accordion; 9 a.m. to noon; at their parents, suffering
the Farmers’ Market; on School and Clay St.; downtown Ukiah. fatigue, hunger, starvation Above, “Pioneers” pulling a handcart struggle to keep it in balance on a steep hill.
BELLY DANCING -- Himalayan Cafe; 1639 S. State St.; and sometimes even death Below, in descending order, a “young couple” show how excited they are to begin
Ukiah; reservations recommended; 467-9900. with them. the Trek west, an “Angry Landowner” interrupts the trek and threatens the “pio-
REDBUD -- Live music; 7 to 10 p.m.; Potter Valley Cafe; Recently over 130 youth neers” as they pass through by yelling “You Mormons git off my land!” and wield-
10761 Main St.; Potter Valley. and leaders from the Ukiah ing a gun to reinforce his order. Many such fearful events actually happened on
RAINBOW FOLLIES -- Musical, dance, comedy review; Stake of the Church of Jesus the trail west, and, efficiency pays off for these four young “pioneer” girls, braid-
Ukiah Brewing Co.; 745 N. State St; Ukiah; 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Christ of Latter-day Saints ing their hair in tandem to help ward off the heat during the mock journey.
suggested donation $10. relived the legacy given them
by their pioneer ancestors and sung for inspiration, stories
DJ DANCE MUSIC -- DJ dance music; with Smokin Joe; told, and games of the era
lots of drink specials; Perkins Street Lounge; 228 E. Perkins experienced just a small por-
tion of what the pioneers were played such as ring
St., Ukiah; 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. rolling, stick pulling, whit-
CONTRA DANCE -- Live music provided by went through. The location
was on two large ranch prop- tling, toad races, and pioneer
Fiddlerats;Ukiah Methodist Church, 207 N.Pine St. (back erties in Middletown with crafts. Church services were
entrance), Ukiah; beginner’s instruction begins at 7:30 p.m., lakes, mountains, rocks and regularly held in the simplest
dance begins at 8 p.m.; donations accepted; bring non-alcoholic rough trails. fashion as they did 150 years
beverage or dessert to share; for more information, call Paula at Young men and young ago.
463-2113. women 14-18 years of age Most of the incidents on
SHOTGUN WILLIE -- Country dance music; 7 p.m. to with their adult leaders from the trail were re-enactments
10:30 p.m.; Ukiah Senior Center; 499 Leslie St., Bartlett Hall; congregations in Lake and from journal entries by the
$8 members, $9 non-members; adults 21 and over welcome. Mendocino counties joined in real pioneers. One such inci-
a commemorative pioneer dent was when a U.S. Army
SUNDAY trek complete with authentic recruiter came to the trail to
ask the Mormons to leave
handcarts, clothing and pio-
PRIDE PICNIC -- Fifth annual Pride Week in Mendocino neer food. their wives and children and
County; potluck and DJ dancing at a private home; PAN to pro- All the amenities of home fight with them in the war on
vide main dish, bring side dishes, snacks, salads or desserts, were left behind except for Mexico. Duty bound by doc-
bring your own plates, utensils and chair; 3110 Westerly Rd., medications, eyeglasses, and trine and patriotism to serve
Ukiah; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; sliding scale $10 to $25. For more of course, sunscreen. It was and protect their country, 500
information, call 459-5490 x588. important for these young Mormon men left their fami-
DANCE WAVE -- Weekly Freestyle community dance for people to literally be lies to help aid the U.S. In the
fitness and release; Mendocino Ballet Studio; 205 S. State St., “beamed” into a strange, iso- 2006 simulated trek, history
Ukiah; 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; sliding scale donation; 489- lated place, to another time, was repeated when many pio-
3345. with little comforts, harsh and neer men were taken from the
WEEKLY DART TOURNEY -- Weekly dart tournaments dry weather conditions, fear trail leaving the women to
are held Sundays at the Hopland Brewery; 13351 Hwy. 101 S., of the unknown, and a carry on with tremendous
Hopland; 3 to 6 p.m.; 744-1361. reliance on each other as a hardship.
MEDITATION ON THE INNER LIGHT AND SOUND -- family and as a group. This is the third time this
Meditation instruction and weekly group practice; 7:30 to 9:30 The Trek is created as real- opportunity has been experi-
p.m.; Willits; free; call for directions; 459-4444. istically as possible. Certain enced by the young people of
couples were called “Ma and the Church in this area. Many
Pa” and matched to specific youth who participated felt it
TUESDAY youth creating a mock family was a life-changing experi-
consisting of a mother, father, ence. They gained a greater
KARAOKE -- Every Tuesday; Perkins Street Lounge; 228 E. and siblings, just as it would understanding for the great
Perkins St., Ukiah; 8 p.m.; no fee. have been in the 1800s. sacrifice that early Church
Sometimes a parent would members paid for their com-
WEDNESDAY “die” and disappear from the mitment to God while experi-
trek or a burial or service encing first hand their pio-
RAMON AND JESSICA/ MICHAEL MUSIKA -- neer legacy. The Trek is
Folk/pop; Ukiah Brewing Co.; 745 N. State St., Ukiah; 9 p.m.; held. Feigned illness,
strangers or Native under the direction of
free. Americans approaching or William Southwick, Stake
watching the pioneers were President of the Ukiah Stake
choreographed into the jour- which encompasses Lakeport,
Dads and grads
As I sit to write this col-
ney instilling a sense of fore-
boding which was probably
how the pioneers felt being
Willits, Fort Bragg,
Kelseyville, Middletown and
Ukiah . Many adult leaders
so exposed in strange territo-
umn about “Dads and ry. At one point an angry from these areas assisted in
Grads” two photos above landowner with a rifle the planning and implementa-
my desk catch my eye. They harassed the pioneers as they tion of this event.
are almost duplicate old passed by yelling at them to It is the hope of the orga-
photographs of my father “You Mormons git off my nizers of this simulated trek
and grandfather at the fami- land!” that the youth of the Church
ly’s Ohio farm. The occa- Fear and sadness were not will instill this great example
sion is my father’s gradua- the only experiences on the of courage and faith into their
tion from college. journey. Uplifting songs were own lives.
In the photo on the left
my father looks dapper in
his cap and gown and white
shoes (pretty daring on a
farm!). He has his hand on Hospice bereavement support
my grandfather’s shoulder,
who is seated on a chair
wearing his overalls and a
hard hat. The photo on the
right is the same as the
By Susanne Norgard
in the second photo -- in a
groups begin in Willits and Ukiah
photo on the left, except my sense, he earned it as much The Daily Journal 13 from 2 to 4 p.m. The groups will meet Grief is a complex combination of
father wears the hard hat and as my father did. While family and friends may for six weeks. There is no charge for the physical, emotional, and other experi-
my grandfather, still in his Looking at the photos acknowledge the need for support during groups, however pre-registration is ences that are always changing. At first,
overalls, wears the mortar- gives me cause to reflect on the dying process, often surviving care- required due to limited group size. To many people experience shock, numb-
board. the many people in our own givers find themselves quite alone after register or request further information, ness or being “in a fog,” and disbelief
My father does not look community who have never two or three months. Yet experts agree contact Sherri Gregory-Pruett at 459- that the death has really occurred. The
at the camera, but looks graduated from high school that the loss of a close family member or 1818. bereft may experience exhaustion, ten-
down at his father with a or college. Some of them friend may easily take two to three years According to hospice, grief is a normal sion, and sleep and appetite changes.
smile of love and true will receive that same look to integrate. and natural response to loss. People are Some people describe an empty feeling
respect. My father may have of admiration and respect The next Phoenix Certified Hospice thrown off balance when someone impor- in the stomach, shortness of breath, or the
the cap and gown, and my from their children who this Bereavement Support Groups will begin tant to them dies; their emotions, bodies, sensation of not being quite real. Many
month will wear the cap and in July. Their evening group will begin on spirits -- every aspect of their lives is feelings may be experienced simultane-
grandfather may not have ously and repeatedly, in cycles. This mix-
even graduated from high gown only because of the Tuesday, July 11 from 5 to 7 p.m. in affected. People are often unfamiliar with
sacrifices they have made. Willits, scheduled close to the end of the the grieving process and therefore fright- ture of feelings may include sorrow,
school, but my father’s anguish, regret, guilt, longing, loneliness,
expression tells me that he Graduations honor these working day so that those who are work- ened and perplexed by their feelings.
parents as much as they do ing can attend and still get home early Understanding grief can help grievers anger, anxiety, depression, confusion,
recognizes the person who is fear, and relief. It is not unusual to sense
really being honored by this the graduates. enough to take care of evening chores recognize that what they are feeling is not
In the past several weeks, and will not have to drive home in the “crazy,” and to begin the healing that or perceive the presence of the one who
graduation. It is more than died.
appropriate that my grandfa- dark. Their daytime group will be in takes place as they face thier loss and
ther wears the mortarboard Ukiah and will begin on Thursday, July allow themselves to grieve.
See GIVING, Page A-9 See HOSPICE, Page A-9
A-4 – FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2006
Editor: K.C. Meadows, 468-3526 The Ukiah Daily Journal firstname.lastname@example.org
Letters from our readers
not aimed at teens
To the Editor:
In response to JoAnn Levin’s letter THOMAS D. ELIAS
regarding the window display in Incognito.
Prior to writing this letter Ms. Levin called
Incognito and asked us why we had wine
displayed in our window. At that time it
was explained to her that each year the
Ukiah Main Street Program hosts a down-
town event featuring local wineries which
this community is so lucky to have. Being
package misses the point
part of this event includes a window con- Bruce McPherson unhesitatingly calls a package of
test for the best display of the store’s fea- bills he's introduced in the Legislature "a comprehen-
tured winery. Incognito is very proud to sive initiative reform package."
have won first place this year. It is an event
where downtown merchants open their But the appointed secretary of state's planned mea-
businesses for the people of our communi- sures completely miss the point, not dealing at all with
ty to gather and taste the fine wines that the real problem that has afflicted initiatives for the last
these wineries have to offer. It is only open 20 or so years: money.
for people over 21. It has nothing whatso- The modern initiative movement began as a classic
ever to do with graduation and under age grass-roots phenomenon in 1970, when a landmark
drinking. This was already explained to lawsuit opened shopping centers to petition carriers.
Ms. Levin by our store manager, as well as But it has been taken over in recent decades by big-
the Main Street Program, whom she called bucks interests.
after speaking with us. Yet she still felt the Anyone with the money to hire hundreds of petition
need to slander my business and this popu- carriers (who often get bounties of $1.50 or more per
lar event in a letter to the editor. signature) can pretty much count on qualifying any
I understand the concern, I am a parent measure he likes for the ballot.
of two children who have graduated from
Ukiah High School, and I proudly support This has led to a spate of special interest initiatives
sober grad night. I have donated towards sponsored by the tobacco and insurance industries,
the event, and would never encourage casino Indian tribes, large Silicon Valley firms that
raised $12,947. Net proceeds from the auc- legitimate. The ballot itself is then placed want their securities policies exempted from possible
underage drinking. I take offense to her tion will directly support the Leadership inside the return envelope and mailed or
insinuation that I would undermine the lawsuits, and more.
Mendocino program of educating people carried to the County Clerk/Recorder. I
attempts to keep teenagers safe . It has who want to get involved and make a dif- would like to suggest that in order to have In every case, their petitions were carried by ordi-
already been explained to her that this ference in their community. a truly secret ballot, another sealable enve- nary-looking people who themselves may not have
event has nothing to do with getting wast- We appreciate the many community lope must be supplied to the voter. This known who paid for those drives.
ed, teenagers or graduation. leaders who are long-time supporters of envelope could be marked “ballot.” The
It appears to me she is choosing to For the sponsors and funders of any petition don't
Leadership Mendocino. This year, a group completed ballot would be placed inside need to list their names on it, often leaving both carri-
believe what she wants. Her letter making of them donned black and white and served the ballot envelope, sealed, and then placed
such a public issue of something that has ers and voters in the dark about who is behind what.
in honor roles, circulating through the inside the return envelope that the voter
nothing to do with this cause only encour- crowd bearing goodies made by students in signs. When the envelope is opened by the McPherson acknowledges that big-money sponsors
ages young people to blame others for their the Mendocino College Culinary Arts County Clerk/Recorder’s staff, the voter’s have been a plague on the initiative process. "For too
personal choices. A teenager making the Program. Those leaders are: John Ball, name can be checked for legitimacy and long the process has been dominated by those with
wrong decision to drink let alone drive is Heidi Cusick-Dickerson, Michael Delbar, the sealed ballot envelope separated from wealthy special interest supporters who can fund
not a message that they will ever find in Chris Dewey, Madelin Holtkamp, Eric the signed return envelope. The ballot extensive signature gathering efforts and costly cam-
Incognito’s window or any other down- Larsen, John McCowen, Jim Wattenburger, envelopes would be stored together and paigns," he said as he introduced three measures that
town merchant’s windows. and Hal Wagenet. then opened separately when it is time to would do nothing to correct the problem he decried.
There is no connection to graduation or Finally, a big thanks goes to all of you count the votes. Although this system The McPherson proposals would allow state legis-
teenagers in either store’s displays. The who attended the event. With your support, would require an additional step, the priva- lators to review and revise initiatives and provide pol-
window at Brides and Maids features a the Leadership Mendocino program contin- cy of the absentee voter would be guaran- icy and legal analysis after measures have qualified. If
bridesmaid and groomsmen advertising a ues to thrive! teed. sponsors agree to changes proposed by a majority of
place to host a wedding, not a couple Applications for Class XV are now Given the current changes in voting pro- lawmakers, initiatives could become law without ever
dressed for a prom. being taken: cedure, I am not at all surprised to learn going to a popular vote.
Incognito, among many other www.leadershipmendocino.com or call that surveys are showing that voter turnout
things, is a gag gift store. We display items Another part of McPherson's package would have
Rusty Eddy, executive director, at 462- is expected to be extraordinarily low. I the secretary of state find and correct drafting errors
in our windows that people may find enter- 7196. believe it is the responsibility of the
taining and humorous. Maybe these unso- like those that troubled last year's Proposition 77 redis-
Suzanne Pletcher County Clerk/Recorder to develop a voting tricting plan.
phisticated teenagers should be barred from Leadership Mendocino Steering system that not only encourages rather than
walking down certain aisles in grocery and Committee, publicity discourages voters to cast their votes, but His third bill would extend the time allowed for col-
book stores, from reading newspapers Randy Johnson also upholds the right to privacy afforded lecting signatures from 150 days to 365. McPherson
where liquor is advertised, from watching chairman, Leadership Mendocino by the secret ballot. argued this last would give groups with low funding a
TV programs or movies where alcohol is Steering Committee Judith Fuente better shot at getting their measures on the ballot, thus
consumed. Please, give teenagers some The Leadership Mendocino Steering Ukiah leveling the playing field between grass roots groups
credit. Espying a bottle of wine in a display Committee and high-rolling corporations.
window is not what propels a person to
drink and drive. Good idea Maybe so. But none of these measures would do
Mail balloting not private anything to fix what's broken about the current system.
Gina Greco To the Editor: There's nothing here either to prevent billionaire indi-
Incognito and not good policy Brush your teeth! I had one tooth with a viduals or big-spending corporations from qualifying
Ukiah cavity. It was treated and crowned (not whatever they like and then buying beaucoup televi-
Thank you To the Editor: gold.) My bill is $950.
Thank you to Mr. Frank Deuel for his sion time for it. And there's nothing that would even let
D. Shannon voters know who is behind what.
To the Editor: excellent letter regarding forced absentee Ukiah
Leadership Mendocino thanks the com- voting and the unfortunate closure of many Said Democratic state Sen. Debra Bowen of Marina
munities of Mendocino County for their of our polling places. I, too, have always del Rey, "All this misses the real problem, which is
support of this year’s 2006 Annual found great satisfaction in walking to my
Thank you that… people deserve to know where the money for an
Fundraising Auction. The event, held at polling place, casting my ballot, and proud- To the Editor: initiative gathering effort is coming from and who
Redwood Valley Cellars, was a great suc- ly wearing my ‘I Voted’ sticker. I am disap- I would like to thank all of you that stands to benefit from the measure before they sign on
cess and a good time was had by all. A par- pointed and disturbed by the current attended my 90th birthday. I feel it was a the dotted line. Increasing the time an initiative has to
ticular thanks goes to Charlie Barra for a changes in voting procedure, and find them wonderful success. It was heart warming to gather signatures just means voters will see more mea-
fine introduction to the evening and for his to be unfair and possibly illegal. have my great-grand children including the sures on the ballot, but they'll still have no idea who is
long-term support of Leadership Although I share many of Mr. Deuel’s little five year old to sing “happy birth- bankrolling the operations."
Mendocino. We thank Rusty Eddy for his complaints, my primary concern is that the day” to me. Those that helped with the Bowen is not exactly new to this issue. As far back
auctioneering, Tom Allman for his emcee- way in which the absentee ballot is current- cooking, decorations, setting up and mis- as nine years ago, she proposed legislative reviews of
ing and Steve Hamn for exquisite music. A ly formatted does not constitute a secret cellaneous things that had to be done need initiatives, a plan similar to one part of McPherson's
very special thanks goes to Katie ballot. One of the most treasured tenets of a special thanks. For those of you who current plan.
Wojcieszak, who managed this year’s our democracy is that each eligible voter is attended you might like to know that over
fundraiser, and to Patsy Archibald, Glenna entitled to cast a secret ballot. Currently, one hundred people showed up, which I In February, a month before McPherson acted, she
Blake, Noreen Carnahan, Mary Horger, the absentee voter is required to sign his or was quite happy about. introduced a bill demanding that every initiative peti-
Kitty Sanders, Diana Steele and Sally her name on the outside of the return enve- Tim Day tion prominently list its five leading financial backers,
Webster, the core of the capable team that lope in order for the ballot to be considered Ukiah with the list to be updated within seven days of any
produced this wonderful event. change in the top five.
There are many businesses and individu- Her bill would also put a notice on all petitions
als who provided a treasure trove of items
for auction this year, and we have personal- WHERE TO WRITE telling voters if the carrier seeking their signatures is
paid or a volunteer. Another Bowen bill would ban
ly thanked them. Their generous donations paying petition circulators on a per-signature bounty
President George Bush: The White Sacramento, 95814. (916) 319-2001; Santa
basis, while still allowing hourly or weekly payments.
House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washing- Rosa, 576-2526; FAX, Santa Rosa, 576- This way, sponsors could still reward their most pro-
ton, D.C. 20500; (202) 456-1111, FAX 2297. Berg's field representative in Ukiah ductive carriers, who would have less incentive to
(202)456-2461. office located at 104 W. Church St, Ukiah, high-pressure voters or mislead them about a proposed
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger: 95482, 463-5770. The office’s fax number is measure.
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C OMMUNITY FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2006 – A-5
I suppose if we could do draining roads well and fre-
right by the air, soil and water quently onto stable surfaces,
we share, we wouldn’t need may be exactly the same.
laws to protect the environ- Agencies may not equipped
ment. However, our actions to accomadate shades of gray
have compromised the envi- but with the exception of the
ronment resulting in a stack of small number of projects on
well-intentioned legislation either side of the spectrum
that has created a morass of that are either black or white
regulation. In forestry, the tan- the rest are shades of gray. In
gle of paperwork, permits, fact, timber harvest can pay
fees and multiple Agency for restoration and if the con-
review can be time consum- clusion is reached that the tim-
ing, costly and frustrating.
However, it doesn’t have to
Tree Tips ber harvest project in the
method and level of harvest
be that way. Project propo- By Thembi Borras and the proposed sediment
nents could be rewarded with, saving treatments will yield
at a minimum, reduced or the same or better results as a
and Game in three of their restoration project of equiva-
waived fees and reduced or many programs, timber har-
waived paperwork if the type lent size then it should be
vest review, fish habitat afforded similar reprieves if
of forest management pro- restoration and permitting. If for no other reason than to
posed steps beyond the mini- the undertaking is a DFG provide incentive for this
mum standards to improve funded fish habitat restoration behavior.
forest related values. There is project the fees and much of I welcome responses as
inequity in the present system; the paperwork associated with well as ideas for future Tree
the hoops appear when the the permitting is absorbed by Tips. You can also get an
proponent offers timber har- DFG. On the other hand, if email version by contacting
vest. Conversely, the hoops the project is a timber harvest, me at firstname.lastname@example.org or go
disappear when the project fees and paperwork are to www.nwwg.org, click on
proponent offers restoration. required from the project pro- Resources and click on Tree
Even though, the timber har- ponent. Ironically, the specific Tips.
vest project may incorporate treatments, such as sizing and Thembi Borras is a
restoration. For example, I designing stream crossings for Registered Professional
have worked with the 100-year storm events and Forester living and working in
California Department of Fish improving road drainage by Mendocino County.
What is a watershed?
As you drive around maintained and leak free.
Sonoma and Mendocino 7. Dispose of paints, oils,
County you may see new, grease, fluorescent bulbs, bat-
large, brown signs with names teries and chemicals properly.
of watersheds. These signs are 8. Keep your septic system
located near the dividing line properly maintained.
or high point between water- 9. Replace your driveway
sheds, and are part of local
initiatives to enhance the
watershed through public
awareness. But what is a
watershed? It is defined as an
with pervious pavers or pervi-
10. Join a watershed orga-
area of land that drains to a To locate your watershed or
common body of water such
find a local watershed organi-
as a stream, river, lake or zation in your area, check out
ocean. The boundary of a
watershed is identified by the
highest elevations surround-
Your Watershed the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency’s “Surf
By Dave Richardson Your Watershed” web site:
ing the body of water. The www.epa.gov/surf
Russian River watershed, shed depends on the actions of
which drains to the Pacific you and of others in your
Ocean via the Russian River community. Understanding The Russian River
lies within both Sonoma and the environmental, education- Watershed Association is an
Mendocino counties. al, recreational, economic and association of eleven cities,
Land use practices and our social benefits of a healthy counties and special districts
daily activities have the watershed is the first step in with operations in the Russian
potential to negatively affect helping to protect and pre- River watershed that have
the characteristics of a water- serve the quality of water- come together to coordinate
up in the
shed or specific waterways sheds. The list below outlines regional programs for water-
within a watershed. A detri- ten actions you can take to shed enhancement. RRWA’s
mental land use practice to make a positive contribution member agencies include: the
watersheds is the develop- to the overall health of your City of Cloverdale, City of
ment of surfaces that do not watershed. Cotati, City of Healdsburg,
allow rain water to soak into City of Rohnert Park, City of
the soil, also known as imper- 1. Water and fertilize your Santa Rosa, City of Ukiah,
vious surfaces. Because
impervious surfaces such as
concrete, asphalt, and
rooftops prevent infiltration -
fewer impervious surfaces on
your property will result in
lawn/garden only when need-
2. Plant native vegetation.
Native vegetation requires
less water, fertilizer and pesti-
County of Sonoma,
Mendocino County Water
Agency, Mendocino County
Inland Water and Power
Commission, Sonoma County
Water Agency, and Town of
more infiltration and less 3. Capture rooftop runoff Windsor. The public is
runoff which can be damaging using rain barrels. The cap- encouraged to attend our
to the watershed. If you’re tured water can then be used
replacing or building a drive- monthly meeting of the
to irrigate your lawn/garden
way, consider using gravel or during drier months. Screen to RRWA Board of Directors
pervious pavers instead of keep mosquitoes out. held at the Windsor Town
concrete or asphalt. If you’re
putting in a new deck, think
about having a raised wood or
4. Dispose of pet waste
properly. Pet waste is typical-
ly high in nutrients and bacte-
Hall. For more information
regarding RRWA, as well as
the dates and locations of
Great deals on items
recycled plastic timber deck ria and should be deposited future meetings please visit
instead of a poured concrete
deck. Also consider collecting
the water from your roof
drains in large barrels. You
into the toilet or trash.
5. Wash your car at a car
wash. Detergents are harmful
to aquatic life. Carwash facili-
the website at www.rrwater-
shed.org, contact us at 833-
2553, or email info@rrwater-
can use this water for your ties are connected to treated Dave Richardson is the
lawn or garden in the drier sewer systems or recycle the Executive Director of the
months. wash water. Russian River Watershed
The quality of your water- 6. Keep your car properly Association.
Comptche Fire Department
Fathers’ Day Chicken barbecue
The Daily Journal tasty barbecue sauce, delicious salads, garlic
This Father’s Day, treat dad to a feast at bread, savory slow-cooked beans and abun-
the 41st Annual Chicken barbecue dinner dant refreshments. Local Comptche cooks
hosted by the Comptche Volunteer Fire will bake at least 150 fresh pies to be served
Department. for dessert.
This year’s entertainment at the Fathers’
The CVFD Chicken Dinner barbecue is a
fun-filled event the whole family will enjoy. Day barbecue includes Johnny Blanco and
It will be held on Father’s Day (Sunday, Johnny Bush, renowned local folk, rhythm
June 18), from noon to 4 p.m. at the and blues artists. They will be followed by
Comptche Community Center (11/4 mile country rock recording artists Don Bell and
east of the Comptche Store on Comptche- Jon Robbin. Robbin, author of the 2003
Ukiah Road). The price of the Chicken number one country music song “I Breathe
Dinner is $14 for adults and $6 for children. In and I Breathe Out,” is flying in from
All funds raised support the Comptche Nashville, Tenn. especially for this event.
Volunteer Fire Department. The CVFD Chicken Dinner barbecue is a
Firefighters and local citizens work celebration for all members of the family. A
together each year to make the annual play area will be available for children and
CVFD Chicken barbecue dinner a success. organized kid’s activities will be held
In 2005, more than 80 volunteers participat- through the day, including a visit by
ed, serving chicken dinners and home-made Smokey the Bear. The annual “Comptche
pies to nearly 800 people. The dinner fea- Country Store” will offer merchandise rang-
tures madrone-grilled chicken basted with a
See BARBECUE, Page A-9
A-6 – FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2006
Sports Editor: Tony Adame, 468-3518 The Ukiah Daily Journal email@example.com
NBA FINALS HEAT 98, MAVERICKS 74 WATER POLO
SATURDAY, JUNE 17
• Late Models, Bandoleros, Modifieds,
Bombers, Real Stocks at Ukiah Speedway
SUNDAY, JUNE 18
JOE DIMAGGIO BASEBALL
• Ukiah at Clearlake, doubleheader, 11
• Motorcross Racing, Ukiah Speedway, 10 The Daily Journal
FAIRFIELD – The Ukiah
-Calendar listings are culled from the most
recent schedules provided by the schools
Dolphins 16-and-under water
and organizations in our coverage area.
Please report schedule changes or incorrect
polo team got off to a great start
listings to The Daily Journal Sports last week, going 3-0 at Fairfield.
Department at 468-3518.
“It was a good tournament for
us to start things off,” said Ukiah
TV LISTINGS head coach Rick Cleland. “It
was the first of the summer and
WORLD CUP SOCCER there’s going to be more to
Argentina vs. Serbia and Montenegro, 5:55
a.m. (ESPN2) come.”
Cote d’Ivoire vs. Netherlands, 8:55 a.m.
(ESPN2) Ukiah defeated the host
Angola vs. Mexico, 11:55 a.m. (ESPN)
Fairfield Falcons, 6-4, in its first
U.S. Open Championship, 7 a.m. (ESPN)
U.S. Open Championship, Noon (NBC)
game. Ukiah won its second
U.S. Open Championship, 2 p.m. (ESPN
game against Modesto, 11-6, and
Los Angeles Dodgers at Oakland, 7 p.m. closed things out against Vallejo
San Francisco at Seattle, 7 p.m. (FSN) with a 9-4 victory.
SATURDAY, JUNE 17 Travis Cleland paced Ukiah
WORLD CUP SOCCER
Iran vs. Portugal, 5:55 a.m. (ESPN2)
with 11 goals in the three match-
Czech Republic vs. Ghana, 8:55 a.m.
Italy vs. United States, 11:55 a.m. (ESPN)
Also for Ukiah, Frankie
U.S. Open Championship, 9:30 a.m. (NBC) Thomas scored six goals, Miles
Carolina at Edmonton, Stanley Cup, 5 p.m. Oswald and Sven Hanson added
COLLEGE BASEBALL three goals each, and A.J.
NCAA College World Series, 11 a.m.
(ESPN) Crawford scored two goals.
NCAA College World Series, 4 p.m. (ESPN)
San Francisco at Seattle, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Los Angeles Dodgers at Oakland, 6 p.m.
WNBA UKIAH SPEEDWAY
Seattle at Sacramento, 1 p.m. (ABC)
NASCAR Busch Series: Meijer 300, 5 p.m.
Stephen Foster/Californian/Fleur de
Lis/Ogden Phillips/Royal Ascot, 4 p.m.
Chico State Women’s
Chico State University will hold
two camps this summer, the first By GARY JACOB and
from June 26-30, is an overnight
or commuter camp for junior high GLENDA GILMER
and high school girls. Instruction For The Daily Journal
in offensive and defensive funda-
mentals will be key. There will be Fast timer and point leader
competitive play and instruction Noel McCormack Jr. led from
from CSU women’s basketball lap six on as he captured
staff and players.
The camp is for girls ages 12- Saturday night's 30 lap modified
18, with an overnight fee of $325 feature at Ukiah Speedway.
including lunch and dinners. The
fee for lunch and dinners with no The young charger has now
overnight is $250 and for no won five of the seven features
meals and no overnight is $190. run at the paved oval in 2006.
Camp runs from 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.
each day. Clay Caturegli ran second to
July 24-28 Chico State will KRT photo close within nine points of point
hosst a day camp from 9 a.m. - 4
p.m each day at a cost of $175. Miami’s Dwyane Wade (3) goes for a shot past Dallas center Erick Dampier (25) during the first half runner up Corey James and
This camp is for girls ages 6-14 of Game 4 of the NBA Finals Thursday. fourth ranked Dustin DeRosier
and will have an emphasis on ran third.
Miami heats up
fundamentals and development.
For more information call head Mike Lovell led from lap 12
coach Molly Goodenbour at 530- on as he won his fourth 30 lap
898-5123, or go to
www.csuchico/athletics/wbk/cam late model feature in five races.
ps/camps.html. Mike Doss subbed for him one
night and also won. Dustin
Ukiah Junior Giants Knight ran second ahead of
Finals at home
Signup June 24 Kevin Ostern.
Third ranked Andy
The Ukiah Jr. Giants, a free
baseball program for youth ages Vanderveer got his first 30 lap
6-17, will be accepting interested bomber feature win after leading
participants this summer. from lap nine.
Signups will take place on
Saturday, June 24 from 11 a.m to Point leader Ron Duke Sr. ran
3 p.m. at Big 5 Sporting Goods. second and emerged with an 18
The Ukiah Jr. Giants are spon- Heat tie series at 2-2 behind were in control and possibly on their victories at home, Dallas came to
point lead as runner up Jared
sored by the San Francisco way to a sweep? town thinking it could wrap things up
Giants, Bank of America, and the big games from Shaq, Wade Well, they’ve taken a Texas two- on the road. The Mavericks had won
Martin was last in the six car
Mendocino County Sherrif's race. Taking advantage of a tan-
Activity League (SAL). step sideways as the once-lopsided their three previous playoff series
Contact Commissioner Kim By TOM WITHERS gle between leaders Chris Straka
finals are a dead heat and guaranteed away from home, including a dramat-
Garroutte at 462-4501 for addi- and Ken Gifford on lap 28, Jake
tional information. The Associated Press to be returning to Big D. ic Game 7 in San Antonio that went
Tillman won the 30 lap Pro Four
Youth Soccer Camp
M IAMI — Dwyane Wade’s
tender knee held up fine,
and so did home-court
advantage for the Miami Heat.
The NBA finals aren’t over — not
Wade, who saved Miami’s season
with 42 points in an epic Game 3
comeback, followed up with a perfor-
mance just as impressive. Although
Now, the Mavs are somewhat of a
wreck. They scored just seven points
in the fourth quarter, a record low for
Tillman had led early in the
race and the late race action
allowed dash winner Joe Sloan
the lightning-quick guard didn’t have the NBA finals.
The Scholarship Committee is even close. They’ve only just begun. to finish second ahead of Willie
his usual bounce off the floor, he Jason Terry scored 17 points to
looking for applicants for the
Wade, barely able to walk on a Leuzinger. Ron Duke Jr. subbed
Ryan Rones Dickey Memorial fired in jump shots from every corner lead Dallas and Dirk Nowitzki added
badly banged-up left knee 24 hours for Anthony McCoy in the Real
Soccer Scholarship Fund. This of AmericanAirlines Arena, the 16, but rolled his left ankle taking a
scholarship is available for atten- earlier, scored 36 points and big Stock action and he won that 30
South’s white house which will host jumper with nine minutes left in the
dance at soccer camps.
buddy Shaquille O’Neal added 17 lap main after taking the lead
Applicants must be dedicated to Game 5 on Sunday. fourth quarter and favored it the rest
and 13 rebounds as the Heat downed from point leader Mikey Lovell
the game of soccer, hard-working “I think this is our first almost- of the way.
and have a good attitude. the Dallas Mavericks 98-74 Thursday on lap 21.
good game,” O’Neal said. “We’re Leading by 10 points at half, the
Please pick up an application at
night to even the series 2-2. Mikey Lovell finished third
601 N State St. or call 468-5711. picking it up. Different series now, 2- Heat pushed their lead to 20 midway
Remember a few days ago when behind fast timer Danny Helm.
Please submit the application two 2.”
weeks before the start of camp. the runnin’ and gunnin’ Mavericks After two dominant double-digit See MIAMI, Page A-7
Donations will be gratefully See ACTION, Page A-8
accepted at 601 N State St.
7th Annual Shane
Huff’s NorCal Soccer
A new outlook
Academy Mickey Coughlin
Ukiahan Shane Huff is offering
has turned his
a soccer camp for youth from attention to
ages 5-18 at Pomolita Middle tutoring local
School Track from July 17-21. pitchers through
A full day session is offered
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for ages 10 Coughlin turns his focus from or feeling sorry for himself. Not even close. his Peak
and up for $125 (includes ball Now, Coughlin is making the transition Performance
and T-shirt); half day session for pitching to tutoring young hurlers from student to teacher. And he’s doing it the Pitching
7-9-year-olds from 9 a.m. to noon
for $75 (includes ball) and half right way. Program after
day session for 5-6-year-olds.
By TONY ADAME Coughlin, 26, is spending the summer as a injuries ended
from 9:30 a.m. to noon for $65 The Daily Journal pitching coach for the Joe Dimaggio League his pro baseball
(includes ball). Mickey Coughlin chased his baseball
Register early (by June 30) and Mendo baseball team based out of Ukiah hopes. Coughlin
pay only $110 for the all day ses- dreams as far as he could. after helping out with the baseball team at is helping coach
sion. Call Pam at 468-5088 to When they were over, he knew it. Mendocino College this spring. the Joe
register or email for an applica- “I knew when my time had come,” said Dimaggio
tion at firstname.lastname@example.org. Along with his coaching duties, Coughlin
Team discounts are available. Coughlin on Wednesday at Anton Stadium. is also running Peak Performance Pitching, League Mendo
“It’s just to that point. I gave everything I working with local pitchers between the ages team this summer.
Upcoming One-Man had.” of 12-18 years old.
Scramble in Ukiah A torn meniscus in his left knee pulled the Coughlin even spent time working with
final curtain on a career that peaked with first team All-North Bay League pitcher
There will be a One-Man Coughlin, a Willits native, pitching in the Tyler Scaturro of Ukiah High School before
Scramble June 17 at the Ukiah Golden League for the Mesa Miners last sea- the prep season.
son. Tony Adame/
The Daily Journal
See DIGEST, Page A-7 But be sure, he’s not resting on his laurels See OUTLOOK, Page A-8
THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL
SPORTS FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2006 – A-7
SOUTH UKIAH LITTLE LEAGUE
COMMUNITY DIGEST — CONTINUED FROM PAGE A-6
Municipal Golf Course.
Each player may hit a "mulligan" on
each shot and on each and every
hole. The tournament entry fee is
Weaverville Mens Slow
proceeds helping to fight cancer.
Registration forms are due June 15.
For more information call Matt Ferrick
at 485-8270 or the ACS office at 462-
SULL tabs 2006 All-Stars
$25.00 and half the players in each Tournament July 1-2 7643 x3. The Daily Journal Angels; Chris McMahan , 11 , McDonald’s Padres. Coach,
flight move on to the next qualifying The All-Star selections for Century 21 A’s; Chauncey Mike Lewis, Thurston’s
round of the tournament. The James Hill Trucking Softball
This tournament is available to both Club will be hosting a mens Slow
Mendocino College South Ukiah Little League are Mills, 12, Taco Bell’s Angels; Dodgers
Men and Woman of all ages. Sign- Pitch Tournament the weekend of July Commuter Volleyball in, as are a few dates for their Lukas Pedersen, 12, Taco
ups are made at the Pro Shop at the 1st and 2nd at Lowden Park in Camp Aug. 7-11 respective All-Star games. Bell’s Angels; Tucker 9-10 year old All-Stars
Ukiah Municipal Golf Course. Call the Weaverville.
course for additional information at The entry fee is $250 and every The 9-10 year old tourna- Wildberger, 12, Taco Bell’s Michael Cline, 10,
Mendocino College is offering a
467-2832. team is guaranteed three games. commuter volleyball camp in ment begins July 2 at the Angels. Creekside Landscaping’s
An arm wrestling tournament, rodeo, Mendocino county the week of Aug. 7- North Ukiah Little League Manager, Guy Mills , Taco Padres (Minor); Jack
demolition derby and street dance 11.
Spikers Volleyball Camp events will all be held at the ballpark complex, the 10-11 year old Bell’s Angels. Coach, David Huizenga, 10, Creekside
The camp is divided into two ses-
June 19-23 throughout the weekend. sions: Grades 7-9 from 9:30 a.m. - tournament begins July 2 at Head, McDonald’s Padres; Landscaping’s Padres
For more information contact 12:30 p.m. and Grades 10-12 from Willits, and the 11-12 year old Coach Antonio Lopez, (Minor); Jordan Jackson, 10,
Richard Marks at 445-3432 or Perry 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The Mendo Lake Volleyball Club will
Price at 443-6854 or e-mail tournament begins July 6 at Albertson’s Giants. Century 21’s A’s; Khalil
be holding its Spiker Volleyball Camp, The camp will be held at Mendocino
designed for girls going into grades 7-
College and run by local coaches. Fee the SULL complex. Capri, 9, Rob McAsey
9, June 19-23 at Ukiah High School. for the camp is $80 and the camp will The following are the 2006 10-11 year old All-Stars Insurance’s Dodgers (Minor);
The camp will be held from 9 a.m. – Mendocino College limit the numbe of participants. For All-Star Selections for South Jalen Cook, 11, Taco Bell’s Rodolfe Lupian, 10, Redwood
noon each day and the cost is $75. Annual Youth Soccer more information and a brochure call
Ukiah Little League, followed Angels; Sean Dewey, 11, Water Conditioning’s Angels
The camp is perfect for beginning and Ed Schweitzer at 462-3382.
Camp June 19-22 by age and team: McDonald’s Padres; Conner (Minor); David Mason, 10,
developing players who are either
planning to go out for teams in the fall Mendocino College will hold its Ukiah Junior Giants Franz, 10, McDonald’s Century 21’s A’s; Adriana
or who just wan tto learn and play the Annual Youth Soccer Camp June 19- 11-12 year old All-Stars Padres; Adam Harp, 11, Mata, 10, Taco Bell’s Angels;
great game of volleyball. 22 from 9 a.m. - noon each day. baseball program set for
The coaching staff, which includes The camp is for boys and girls ages July-August Cody Akin, 12, Albertson’s McDonald’s Padres; Tyeson Mac Murphy, 10, Taco Bell’s
local coaches and varsity players, will 6-13 and will be put on by Mendocino Giants; Cody Davis, 12, Hayes, 11, Century 21 A’s; Angels; Kevin Pardini, 10,
lead fun skill instruction, drills, and College Soccer and held at the Signups start May 15 for the Ukiah McDonald’s Padres; Brian Derek Hensley,11, Albertson’s Thurston’s Dodgers; Pedro
plenty of games – all with a low coach Mendocino football stadium. Fee for Eldredge, 12, Century 21 A’s;
to player ration to promote develop- the camp is $60 and the camp is lim-
Junior Giants, a free baseball pro- Giants; Jordan James, 11, Rodriguez, 10, Albertson’s
gram starting in mid-July and running Drew Grebil, 12, McDonald’s Century 21 A’s; Diamante Giants; Brian Sherwood, 9,
ment. ited to 60 participants.
for six weeks.
Call Ori Polkinghore at 463-0451 or The camp is geared towards recre-
Signups will be from May 15-June Padres; Davis Head, 12, McCain, 11, Century 21 A’s; Fetzer Vineyard’s A’s (Minor);
contact by e-mail at opolky@hot- ational level players and includes indi- McDonald’s Padres; Trenton
vidual skill and team strategy in a 30 at the Redwood Health Club. Call Jeff Piver, 10, Albertson’s Dylan Steckter, 9, Selzer
mail.com for a brochure. Registration Kim Garroute at 462-4501 with ques-
is also available the first day of camp motivating, positive, and fun environ- Higgins, 12, Thurston’s Giants; Adam Quiroga, 11, Realty’s Giants (Minor);
starting at 8:30 a.m. ment. Dodgers; Antonio Lopez, 12, Taco Bell’s Angels; Matt Manager, Clint Jackson,
Staff includes Mendocino College
head women’s soccer coach Duncan
Albertson’s Giants; Armand Stout, 11, Thurston’s Dodgers. Century 21’s A’s. Coach, Tom
Ukiah Golf Junior Open McMartin and college level players. Mendocino College Matssian, 12, Taco Bell’s Manager, Tom Mckeown, Mason, Century 21’s A’s .
July 12 Call McMartin at 468-3006, e-mail youth and high school
him at email@example.com. football camps
The registration form can be down-
The Ukiah Golf Junior Open is loaded at www.mendocino.edu and
scheduled for Wednesday, July 12. scholarships are available by calling Mendocino College will host a youth
The tournament matches boys in age
groups of 17-16, 15-14, 13-12, 11-10,
Applications and information about
2006 Ukiah Triathlon
football camp from July 10-14 and a
high school football camp on July 21.
Both camps will be held at
Wade picked up where he
left off in Game 3, scoring 24
That was the case early on
as O’Neal got fouled while
scoring underneath for
Mendocino College from 4:30 p.m. - 7
the tournament can be obtained at Training Sessions p.m. each day, and the cost is $90. Continued from Page A-6 points in the first half as the Miami’s first points, and
the Ukiah Municipal Golf Course or by This is a full contact camp for ages 6- Heat opened a 54-44 lead. He moments later, he grabbed a
calling Paul Shimmin at 468-0501. Triathlon coach and personal trainer 14. through the third quarter when wasn’t Flash as much as he rebound and dunked vicious-
Mike Cannon will be conducting a The high school camp will run from
custom 14-week training program in
tempers flared after Jerry was Finesse, choosing to ly, early signs he might try to
26th annual Redwood 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., the cost is $25, and
Stackhouse’s hard foul on
preparation for the 2006 Ukiah it is a position specific camp for high shoot jumpers rather than go dominate.
Empire Summer Triathlon. school age football players. O’Neal and Miami coach Pat But he was on the bench
Basketball Camp The program is designed for all lev- airborne to the hole.
Any questions about either camp Riley and Dallas’ Avery
els and offers weekly Saturday morn- can be directed to Mike Mari at 707- Wade didn’t appear to be less than three minutes later
Open to boys and girls ages 7-17, ing group workouts in a fun, non-com- 468-3098. Johnson had to run on the slowed by the knee injury in after picking up his second
petitive format. floor to help restore order.
the Redwood Empire Summer
For questions or additional informa- the first quarter, scoring 14 personal foul on a question-
Basketball Camp will take place at the After Wade scored six
Ukiah High School gym from 9:30 tion, call 468-5823. To place an announcement in the points — nine on jump shots able call while taking a charge
a.m. to 3 p.m. on June 26-30. “Community Sports Digest,” contact straight points, O’Neal, criti- — as the Heat opened a 30-25 against Nowitzki.
Each day is filled with fundamental ACS 3-on-3 Basketball The Ukiah Daily Journal Sports cized for not dominating in lead after one despite playing Notes: Miami fans chanted
skill progression drills, easy to under- Department by phone at 468-3518.
Tourney set for June 24 You may also mail your listing to 590 Games 1, 2 and 3 despite con- most of the period with “Da-vid Hassel-hoff” every
stand instruction, as well as games
and fun competitions. S. School Street, Ukiah, Calif., 95482, stant double-teaming, spun on O’Neal sitting on the bench time Nowitzki stepped to the
The fifth annual American Cancer e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org, or the baseline for a three-point
Participants can pre-register at the Society 3-on-3 Tournament will be fax it to us at 468-3544. Because the with two fouls. line. Dallas’ star sings
City of Ukiah Community Services held June 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at “Community Sports Digest” is a FREE play to give Miami a 68-51 Only twice did Wade, “Looking For Freedom,”
Department. Tuition will cost $160 in the Ukiah High School outdoor courts. lead.
advance, or $175 at the door.
service, no guarantees can be made wearing pads over both knees, before he shoots free throws.
Boys and girls from grades six on the frequency of a listing’s appear- On a steal and breakaway,
For information, please call the through nine are welcome to compete ance in The Daily Journal. To assure dare drive to the basket on The song was a big hit — in
Community Services Department at in the event, and each team will con- your event maximum publicity, please Miami’s Jason Williams wait- Dallas’ defense. Instead, he Germany — when Nowitzki
463-6714 or come to 411 West Clay sist of 3-4 players. contact either our classified (468- ed for a trailing O’Neal, who hung around the perimeter was a kid. ... Sammy Sosa,
St., Monday through Friday, from 8 Each player will be required to raise 3535) or display advertising (468- as he was gathering himself
a.m. to 5 p.m. $30 in sponsorship donations, with all 3510) departments. and took aim from the outside. Anna Kournikova, Patrick
for a backboard-bending dunk Riley, who has been effu- Ewing and Daunte Culpepper
was knocked to the floor by sive in praising O’Neal were among the courtside
SCOREBOARD Stackhouse — the Mavs for-
ward risking life and limb by despite the big man’s un- celebrities. ... The Heat are
7:05 p.m. Japan 0 1 0 1 3 0 Shaq-like numbers so far in 51-49 all-time in the playoffs.
MLB San Francisco (Lowry 2-4) at Seattle taking on the Deisel. Mavericks owner Mark
(F.Hernandez 6-6), 7:05 p.m. Sunday, June 18
Face first on the floor, the series, came to his defense
AMERICAN LEAGUE San Diego (Hensley 4-5) at L.A. Angels (Jeff At Nuremberg, Germany
again before the game. Dallas Cuban feels the NBA should
East Division Weaver 3-9), 7:05 p.m. Japan vs. Croatia, 6 a.m. O’Neal attempted to get up be able to prevent any clock
W L Pct GB Saturday’s Games
Boston at Atlanta, 10:20 a.m.
At Munich, Germany
Brazil vs. Australia, 9 a.m. and retaliate when Wade has devoted a cast of charac-
New York 37 27 .578 —
N.Y. Yankees at Washington, 10:20 a.m. Thursday, June 22 ters to try and stop O’Neal, malfunctions like the two that
1 Detroit at Chicago Cubs, 1:05 p.m. At Dortmund, Germany pushed down on his teammate cost Dallas nearly four sec-
Baltimore 30 38 .441 9 San Francisco at Seattle, 1:05 p.m. Japan vs. Brazil, noon
as players on both teams who played in his 192nd
Tampa Bay 27 40 .403 11 1/2 San Diego at L.A. Angels, 1:05 p.m. At Stuttgart, Germany
career playoff game. onds in Game 3. “It should
Toronto at Florida, 3:05 p.m.
Chicago White Sox at Cincinnati, 3:10 p.m.
Croatia vs. Australia, noon
exchanged dirty looks and have been caught and it
W L Pct GB Minnesota at Pittsburgh, 4:05 p.m. W L T GF GA Pts dirtier words. “If he’s one on one against
Detroit 43 24 .642 — Cleveland at Milwaukee, 4:05 p.m.
Kansas City at Houston, 4:05 p.m.
1 O’Neal made two free anybody, c’mon,” Riley said. should have been corrected,”
.621 1 1/2
.477 11 Tampa Bay at Philadelphia, 4:05 p.m. Switzerland 0 0 1 0 0 1
throws — he finished a 5-of- “He’s either going to score or he said. “Would it have made
Baltimore at N.Y. Mets, 4:10 p.m. Togo 0 1 0 1 2 0
.266 24 1/2 Colorado at St. Louis, 4:15 p.m.
10 from the line — and two by get fouled.” a difference? Who knows?” ...
Arizona at Texas, 5:05 p.m. Sunday, June 18
West Division L.A. Dodgers at Oakland, 6:05 p.m. At Leipzig, Germany
France vs. South Korea, noon
Wade gave Miami a 20-point
W L Pct GB
Oakland 35 31 .530 — Monday, June 19
At Dortmund, Germany
lead with 6:23 left in the peri-
WORLD CUP Togo vs. Switzerland, 6 a.m. od.
Friday, June 23
Los Angeles 29 36 .446 5 1/2 2006 WORLD CUP At Cologne, Germany The Mavericks used an 8-0
Thursday’s Games (x-advanced to second round)
Togo vs. France, noon
At Hanover, Germany run to close within 78-67
Toronto 4, Baltimore 2
Detroit 6, Tampa Bay 2 GROUP A
W L T GF GA Pts
Switzerland vs. South Korea, noon entering the fourth, but Miami
Cleveland 8, N.Y. Yankees 4
Oakland 9, Seattle 6 x-Ecuador 2 0 0 5 0 6 GROUP H finally put Dallas away with
x-Germany 2 0 0 5 2 6 W L T GF GA Pts
Chicago White Sox 8, Texas 2
Minnesota 5, Boston 3 Poland 0 2 0 0 3 0 Spain 1 0 0 4 0 3 seven straight points, the last
Saudi Arabia 0 0 1 2 2 1
Kansas City at L.A. Angels, 7:05 p.m.
Costa Rica 0 2 0 2 7 0
Tunisia 0 0 1 2 2 1 coming on Antoine Walker’s
Detroit (Robertson 6-3) at Chicago Cubs (Rusch Wednesday, June 14
At Dortmund, Germany
Wednesday, June 14
0 1 0 0 4 0 3-pointer with 4:21 left that
2-6), 11:20 a.m.
Minnesota (Liriano 5-1) at Pittsburgh (Snell 7-3), Germany 1, Poland 0
Thursday, June 15
At Leipzig, Germany
Spain 4, Ukraine 0
made it 92-72.
N.Y. Yankees (Wright 3-4) at Washington (Hill 1- At Hamburg, Germany At Munich, Germany That’s when Heat fans
Ecuador 3, Costa Rica 0 Tunisia 2, Saudi Arabia 2, tie
1), 4:05 p.m.
Tampa Bay (Shields 2-0) at Philadelphia (Hamels Tuesday, June 20 Monday, June 19 began stripping the white cov-
At Hamburg, Germany
1-1), 4:05 p.m.
Baltimore (Bedard 5-6) at N.Y. Mets (Soler 2-1),
Ecuador at Germany, 7 a.m. Saudi Arabia vs. Ukraine, 9 a.m. ers off their seat cushions and
4:10 p.m. At Hanover, Germany
Costa Rica vs. Poland, 7 a.m.
At Stuttgart, Germany
Spain vs. Tunisia, noon
celebrated Miami’s 100th
Chicago White Sox (Garcia 7-4) at Cincinnati
(Claussen 3-7), 4:10 p.m. Friday, June 23
playoff game in style. Less
Boston (Lester 0-0) at Atlanta (Hudson 6-4), 4:35
p.m. W L T GF GA Pts Ukraine vs. Tunisia, 7 a.m. than a minute later, Wade
x-England 2 0 0 3 0 6 At Kaiserslautern, Germany
Toronto (Taubenheim 0-3) at Florida (Olsen 5-3),
4:35 p.m. Sweden 1 0 1 1 0 4 Saudi Arabia vs. Spain, 7 a.m. came out to a thundering ova-
Cleveland (Sabathia 5-2) at Milwaukee (Capuano Trinidad 0 1 1 0 2 1
6-4), 5:05 p.m. Paraguay 0 2 0 0 2 0
Arizona (Webb 8-1) at Texas (Millwood 7-3), 5:05
p.m. Thursday, June 15
Kansas City (Elarton 1-8) at Houston
(W.Rodriguez 8-3), 5:05 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Tomko 5-5) at Oakland (Zito 7-3),
At Nuremberg, Germany
England 2, Trinidad and Tobago 0
Sweden 1, Paraguay 0
San Francisco (Lowry 2-4) at Seattle
(F.Hernandez 6-6), 7:05 p.m.
Tuesday, June 20
At Cologne, Germany Church in the Plaza
San Diego (Hensley 4-5) at L.A. Angels (Jeff
Weaver 3-9), 7:05 p.m.
Sweden vs. England, noon.
At Kaiserslautern, Germany
Paraguay vs. Trinidad and Tobago, noon Sunday, June 18th • Worship celebrate
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• Message father’s day on
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Friday, June 16
At Gelsenkirchen, Germany
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in downtown Ukiah
• Concert the valley deck
Central Division Argentina vs. Serbia-Montenegro, 6 a.m.
At Stuttgart, Germany • Comedy
Netherlands vs. Ivory Coast, 9 a.m.
Wednesday, June 21
At Frankfurt, Germany
Sunday, June 18 • 10:00am - 5:00pm
Milwaukee 32 35 .478 8 Netherlands vs. Argentina, noon • BBQ
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Ivory Coast vs. Serbia-Montenegro, noon $15.50 per person, $7.25 under 12
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Friday, June 16
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N.Y. Mets 5, Philadelphia 4
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Houston 3, Chicago Cubs 2
Mexico vs. Angola, noon
Saturday, June 17
At Frankfurt, Germany
Portugal vs. Iran, 6 a.m.
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Chicago White Sox (Garcia 7-4) at Cincinnati
Saturday, June 17
At Cologne, Germany
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Boston (Lester 0-0) at Atlanta (Hudson 6-4), 4:35
Toronto (Taubenheim 0-3) at Florida (Olsen 5-3),
Czech Republic vs. Ghana, 9 a.m .
At Kaiserslautern, Germany
Italy vs. United States, noon
Thursday, June 22
At Hamburg, Germany
Cleveland (Sabathia 5-2) at Milwaukee (Capuano
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Czech Republic vs. Italy, 7 a.m.
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SPORTS THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL
U.S. OPEN WORLD CUP
Tiger struggles, Monty surges England, Ecuador, Germany
By DOUG FERGUSON
The Associated Press
MAMARONECK, N.Y. —
advance to second round
got to be difficult. And it was
It was the toughest start to a
proved equally important in
keeping his score at even par.
Also at 70 were Jim Furyk,
This wasn’t the return Tiger U.S. Open since 1986 at David Howell, Miguel Angel By CHRIS LEHOURITES you haven’t seen the best of us being group leaders. We think
Woods had in mind. Shinnecock Hills, when no Jimenez and Steve Stricker. The Associated Press yet, but we put ourselves in a about winning every game.”
Three holes into the U.S. one broke par in the opening Howell managed to make BERLIN — England and good position,” Beckham Ecuador needs only a draw
Open, he already was 3 over round. Twenty-two players six birdies and was 4 under Ecuador vaulted into the sec- said. “We know we can play against Germany in its final
par. He heard more groans failed to break 80 this time, par with four holes to play. ond round of the World Cup better.” match of the first round to
than cheers, which happens and 35 players — including But he started missing fair- with wins Thursday, and host Rooney, who broke his claim first place in Group A.
when the No. 1 player in the defending champion Michael ways, which inevitably left right foot April 29, came on as The winner would likely
Campbell and two-time U.S. him testy putts for par, and Germany also advanced with-
world hits three short shots — out even having to play. a substitute in the 58th avoid playing England in the
from the rough, a drop area Open champion Retief dropped four shots down the minute, replacing Michael second round.
and a bunker — that sail over Goosen — failed to make a stretch, three-putting for dou- Ecuador beat Costa Rica 3-
0 in Hamburg, a win that was Owen. “Our big concern now is to
the green. All that saved him single birdie. ble bogey on the 18th. The Manchester United play a great match against
Thursday was playing the Masters champion Phil “Once I calm down a bit, enough to send both the South
Americans and Germany into striker was cleared to play ear- Germany, and eventually
final six holes in 1 under to Mickelson opened with a 70, a it’s still level par and it’s a lier in the day by British doc- against England, if it hap-
shoot 76, his worst start ever solid start in his bid for a third good round of golf,” Howell the knockout round. They will
consecutive major, and spoke said. “But right now I’m frus- play for first place in Group A tors. He has been training with pens,” Suarez said. “Our idea
in a major. the England squad since June is to finish as the best team in
“Just got off to a bad start,” for just about everyone else at trated, and I’m fed up.” on Tuesday.
Woods said. “With the wind Winged Foot when he was Mickelson didn’t even The hosts, who beat Poland 5. the first round and then doing
blowing as hard as it was, it asked how he felt. bother trying to explain the 1-0 on Wednesday, also quali- The winning goal unfolded the same in the second round
was going to be hard to make “I feel a whole lot better degree of difficulty at Winged fied with Ecuador’s win. when Beckham took his time and continue to improve as
up shots. And I didn’t. I lost now that the round is over,” Foot, with rough so thick that Winless Costa Rica and and found the 6-foot-6-inch much as possible.”
ground.” Lefty said. volunteers scurried into the Poland have been eliminated. Crouch in front of the Tenorio scored in the
Colin Montgomerie was The focus was on Woods, deep grass to place tiny flags England, which used Trinidad net. Crouch leapt eighth minute after some nifty
surprised, too, only it brought playing for the first time since next to the errant tee shots so Wayne Rooney as a second- over Brett Sancho and headed passing in the midfield, and
a smile instead of a scowl. his father died. He ended his they wouldn’t be lost. half substitute, advanced after the ball past Shaka Hislop for Delgado added another in the
The best player without a nine-week break by hitting “You’ve had to go play it to late goals from Peter Crouch England’s first second-half 54th following a throw-in.
major showed on a sun-baked only three fairways, one so grasp it,” he said. “It’s the and Steven Gerrard secured a goal in a World Cup since Kaviedes, who replaced
afternoon at Winged Foot that wide to the right that he had to toughest test we have all 2-0 win over Trinidad and 1998. Tenorio at the start of the sec-
perhaps it’s not too late. hook his next shot over a cor- year.” Tobago in Group B. “It was so much work. ond half, added the last goal in
Recovering from a rugged porate tent. Woods looked It surely was a test of In Thursday’s last game, England got so much position the second minute of injury
start, Montgomerie played to somber at times, although that patience. Sweden got an 89th-minute on the ball,” said Trinidad time from six yards off a cross
his strengths by keeping the was more likely a product of Montgomerie was 2-over goal from Fredrik Ljungberg striker Dwight Yorke, who from Edison Mendez, getting
ball in the short grass. He was Winged Foot than memories after his first three holes and to beat Paraguay 1-0. used to play for Manchester by captain Luis Marin and
the only player to break par, a of his father. then holed a 10-foot par putt Crouch rose over a United. “It was a special poking the ball in.
1-under 69 that put him atop “Everyone was looking for on the par-5 fifth that turned Trinidad defender to head in a moment because I have so In Berlin, Sweden waited
the leaderboard in the U.S. me to be more emotional,” he his fortunes. He started find- cross by David Beckham in many friends, so many memo- until the very end to pull out
Open for the first time in nine said. “But I’m trying to put ing the short grass and kept the 83rd minute, and Gerrard ries of playing in England.” the victory over Paraguay.
years. the ball in the hole and win the his ball below the hole. The added another in injury time Carlos Tenorio and Agustin Marcus Allback, who came
“It’s going to be difficult championship.” 42-year-old Scot was runner- to give England its second Delgado each scored their sec- on as a substitute for Sweden
when you’ve got the world’s Mickelson did that fairly up to Woods at St. Andrews straight win at the tournament. ond goals of the tournament at halftime, sent a pass from
best players and there’s only well. He holed a pair of 30- last summer, the only time he England controlled play for Ecuador, while Ivan Johan Elmander across the
one guy under par,” foot birdie putts and a bunch has been in contention at a most of the game in Kaviedes added the game’s goal — and Ljungberg headed
Montgomerie said. “That’s of short ones for par that major in the last five years. Nuremberg but missed count- third in injury time. the ball in.
less good chances, raising “We’re very happy for hav- Sweden dominated the
Trinidad’s hopes of a second ing qualified, aside from me match and Allback nearly
Action was the final 14 second entry
Derek Lovell won the dash
15.607. Mikey Lovell ran
15.758 and Duke Jr a 16.074.
Mikey Lovell beat Helm in
straight 0-0 draw in its first
“It would be fair to say that
having scored another goal for
my team,” Delgado said.
“We’re now thinking about
scored in the 59th minute but
Danis Caniza made a flying
goal line clearance.
Continued from Page A-6 over Vanderveer and Ron the dash and he also won the
Duke Sr. Vanderveer was the lone heat race over Duke Jr
With Logan Kessinger side- heat winner in front of Martin and Helm. Mikey Lovell led
lined for 8 weeks after arm
surgery and Alex Andrews
awaiting a new car, Trevor
and Ron Duke Sr. In his first
appearance of 2006,
Kelseyville's Eric Johnson led
the opening lap of the 30 lap
feature, then Helm led for
three laps before Mikey
Outlook that his future was in pitching.
While on the mound for
Mesa last season, Coughlin
apart is that mentally they are
on a different level. They are
so prepared and confident it is
Cristiani was the only the first 4 laps of the feature Lovell retook the lead. Duke Continued from Page A-6 got a chance to go against his amazing.”
Bandolero in action and he before Ron Duke Sr. took Jr took the lead from Mikey brother John’s boyhood idol, Confidence is what
was allowed to time trial, run But for those just looking Major League Baseball’s all- Coughlin hopes to bring to his
over. Vanderveer got the lead Lovell on lap 21 and won with for x’s and o’s of pitching,
a dash, heat and feature. on lap 9 and won the 30 lapper Helm second over Duke Jr time stolen base leader, Ricky charges in Peak Performance
McCormack was fastest of Coughlin’s take on develop- Henderson, when the Miners Pitching.
for his first feature win. and Brandon Brown. Mikey
the 7 modifieds at 13.125. Lovell's point lead is 133 over ing pitchers might come as a took on the Chicago Cubs in “Most of the kids involved
Duke Sr. ran second ahead
Double division racer James the absent A J Randall. surprise. spring training. in the program have done real-
of Mike Lovell and Tom
ran 13.22 and DeRosier ran a Andrews. Duke Sr is 18 points The five regular divisions “My main thing, what I Henderson hit into a double ly good,” Coughlin said. “The
13.354. Ron Conner was the return Saturday. want for these kids more than play. kids seem more confident and
ahead of Martin and 40 in prepared when they come out
final dash qualifier at 13.399 front of Vanderveer. Derek anything, is to get them work- “Henderson was somebody
as Caturegli just missed with Ukiah Speedway Results ing on their attitude,” I grew up around, my brother of it. This is a rural area so
Lovell stands fourth, 68 points Summary Bandolero Fast Time-Trevor Cristiani
athletics isn’t always at its
his 13.458 lap. Conner won back of the leader. 15.470 Dash-Cristiani. Heat-Cristiani. Main- Coughlin said. “Once they was the biggest fan, posters, t-
Cristiani. Real Stock Fast Time-Danny Helm
develop that willingness to shirts, you name it,” Coughlin finest out here, but I think that
the dash from the pole over The traveling Pro Four 15.607 Dash-Mikey Lovell, Helm, Ron Duke Jr,
Brandon Brown. Heat-Mikey Lovell, Duke Jr, this program works.”
DeRosier and James. group brought 9 cars. Ken Helm, Brown. Main-Duke Jr, Helm, Mikey Lovell, learn and they’re bringing that said. “We were watching on
Brown. Pro Four Fast Time-Ken Gifford 13.672 with them every day, the sky t.v. when he broke Lou Any pitchers who would
Conner also won the lone Gifford turned quick time Dash-Joe Sloan, Chris Straka, Gifford, Willie
like to work with Coughlin
heat race ahead of Caturegli with his 13.672 lap.
Leuzinger. Heat 1-David Estep, Jake Tillman, is the limit.” Brock’s record.”
Scott Bundschuh, Sarah Figueroa. Heat 2-Cody
Barba, Sloan, Leuzinger, Gifford, Straka. Main- After graduating from Coughlin got to see what and Peak Performance
and McCormack. Caturegli Straka ran a 13.895 and Tillman, Sloan, Leuzinger, Bundschuh, Gifford, Pitching can contact him at
led the first five laps of the 30 Leuzinger was third at 13.924. Figueroa, Estep, Straka, Barba. Bomber Fast Willits in 1997, Coughlin makes pro players tick up
Time-Andy Vanderveer 14.573 Dash-Derek
played for Pacific University close that day. 972-1917.
lap feature before Sloan got the final dash slot at Lovell, Vanderveer, Ron Duke Sr, Jared Martin.
Heat-Vanderveer, Martin, Duke Sr, D Lovell, Eric
McCormack was out front the 14.006. Sloan won the dash Johnson. Main-Vanderveer, Duke Sr, D Lovell, in Forest Grove, Ore., before “Physically, everyone is
Tom Andrews, Johnson, Martin. Late Model Fast making his way to Mendocino capable, of course,” Coughlin Reach Tony Adame at
rest of the way. from the pole over Straka. Time-Mike Lovell 12.991 Dash-Corey James, email@example.com
Caturegli ran second ahead Cody Barba won the fast heat Kevin Ostern, Mike Lovell, Loren Powers Sr. Heat
1-Jeremy Donahoo, Mike Neilson, Forest
College, Butte College, and said. “But what sets them
of DeRosier, back of the pack in front of Sloan and Kuecker, Richie Hoven. Heat 2-James, Mike ending his career at Sonoma
Lovell, Dustin Knight, Ostern, Powers. Main-Mike
starter Paul Pedroncelli Jr and Leuzinger. David Estep took Lovell, Knight, Ostern, Powers, Neilson, Donahoo, State University in 2004.
James, Hoven, Kuecker. Modified Fast Time-Noel
Conner. McCormack holds a slow heat honors over Tillman McCormack Jr 13.125 Dash-Ron Conner, Dustin Coughlin wasn’t even a
DeRosier, Corey James, McCormack. Heat-
76 point lead over James and and Scott Bundschuh. Their Conner, Clay Caturegli, McCormack, James, pitcher for most of his career
is 85 in front of Caturegli. 30 lap feature had multiple DeRosier. Main-McCormack, Caturegli, DeRosier,
Paul Pedroncelli Jr, Conner, Allen Gibney, James.
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Ostern won the dash over and Helm turned quick time at
James and Mike Lovell.
Ostern also won the fast heat
with Mike Lovell second
while rookie Jeremy Donahoo
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Mike Neilson. Donahoo paced
the first four laps of the fea-
ture, then Neilson took over
for one lap.
Donahoo was back in front
on lap 6 and a lap 7 tangle
included Neilson, Donahoo
and Forest Kuecker. Powers
Sr. was now in front and he
led through lap 11 when Mike
Lovell took over. In his 2006
debut, Richie Hoven pitted on
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THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL
C OMMUNITY FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2006 – A-9
providing safety and resources for physically, sexually, and
COMMUNITY BRIEFS emotionally abused people in the community. For information
about free counseling services, support groups, shelter services,
or volunteer opportunities, call 462-9126 between 8:30 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m. A 24 hour crisis line is available to the public by for Gang Prevention
Ukiah Valley Democratic Club calling 463-HELP from Ukiah, 459-HELP from Willits, or 964-
meeting to be Tuesday, June 20 HELP from Ft. Bragg. Collect calls are accepted. to have meeting June 8
The Ukiah Valley Democratic Club meeting will be held Antique Automobile Club of America The Daily Journal for Boys and Girls Clubs of
Tuesday, June 20 at the Washington Mutual Bank Conference Progress is being made in America covering the five
Room at Gobbi and State Street. The work meeting will take to celebrate anniversary on July 25 helping curb gang violence core areas: education;
place at 6 p.m., followed by the general meeting at 7 p.m. For The Redwood Empire Region of the Antique Automobile in the Ukiah Valley. The health and life skills; arts;
more information, call 459 5438. Club of America (AACA) will be celebrating the region’s 30 Coalition has news about sports/fitness/recreation;
year anniversary on Sunday, July 25 with a tour up the Old the GRIP program (Gang and character
Janus lecture series to begin June 21 Redwood Highway from Santa Rosa. There will be a coffee Resistance is Paramount) in development.
A six week lecture series, presented by Urmas Kaldveer, stop in Cloverdale at Antiques and Uniques, 124 South the Ukiah School District Their summer program
Ph.D., teacher, traveler, story teller, will begin Wednesday, June Cloverdale Blvd. Participants will stop for lunch at the Ukiah and an exciting next step opens Monday, June 19 and
21 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. This event will take place at the Garden Cafe, 1090 South State St., Ukiah at 1 p.m. will be announced at the runs until August 18.
Washington Mutual Bank, 700 S. State St. in Ukiah. The theme The AACA is the oldest and largest automobile historical June general meeting, Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5:30
will be “Journeys Into the Unknown.” A tax-deductible dona- society in the country. It was founded in 1935 and the member- which meets Thursday, June p.m. daily at Grace Hudson
tion of $5 per lecture is requested. For more information, call ship has grown to over 60,000 members world-wide. It is dedi- 8, 2006, at 6 p.m. in Public Elementary. The $5 daily
472-0114. cated to the preservation, restoration, and maintenance of auto- Health Conference Room 1, fee includes a light break-
mobiles and automobile history. 1120 S. Dora, Ukiah. fast snack and lunch.
More information about the AACA can be found on the web Summer resources: The Scholarships are available.
Veterans of Foreign Wars site at www.aaca.org. For more information about the Redwood Coalition is currently Call 467-4900 for more
to hold blood drive Thursday, June 22 Empire Region, go to the national web site, select Region loca- endeavoring to put together information.
Those attending the
tor, then select California, click find, then click on Redwood a list of resources of activi-
The Veterans of Foreign Wars will have a blood drive at the ties and programs in the Coalition meeting will learn
Veteran’s Hall at 293 Seminary Drive from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Empire Region.
summer for parents. If you more details about the Boys
Blood is in short supply, especially type O. First time donors know of an organization’s and Girls Club programs.
must have a photo identification. To make an appointment, call Folk guitarist to perform at ice cream or church’s summer pro- The Coalition is a group
462-7937. gram open to the public, of volunteers committed to
social on Monday, June 26 please contact someone on fostering a community
Local schools now accepting Yummy ice cream, tasty pies, hot coffee and entertainment the Coalition Steering response to the growing
await attenders of the Monday, June 26 Ice Cream Social held Committee or Sue Hawley, issue of gang violence
applications for fall at Bartlett Hall, Ukiah Senior Center from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Chair (744-7585) or Carole among youth in Mendocino
Charter Academy of the Redwoods is now accepting student Cost is nominal, just $1 for members, $1.50 for non-members. Hester (468-8197). County by creating opportu-
applications for fall 2006 for the Redwood Academy and the Paid members with birthdays in June or over age 90 get in free. Neighborhood Watch: nities for conversations and
Accelerated Achievement Academy. These free, public charter Robin Cottrell, folk guitarist, is guest entertainer along with Additionally: Mendocino networking of people, orga-
schools serve students in grades 4 through 12 with some grades regulars Dolores Carrick and Russ Johnson. Richard Rosier, County Sheriff’s Deputy nizations and agencies with
currently on a waiting list. Redwood Academy is a fully accred- Ukiah Daily Journal Features Editor is the celebrity scooper Orell Massey will report on the common goal of gang
ited California with Eric Larson as M.C. what’s happening with prevention and providing a
Distinguished School focused on student achievement where All costs for the social are donated by Safeway stores, Kathy Neighborhood Watch. safe, nurturing environment
students prepare for college and independent living. Davidson, John Bogner, Gary Nix, Inez Hosea, Floyd Knox, Pat Massey is a team leader in for our children. Please join
Accelerated Achievement Academy serves students who are Nicholson and several seniors. Profits help fund center activi- hostage negotiations, a gang us.
motivated to catch up academically. ties. officer and a range master If you are interested in
Both schools are safe, challenging, and well-managed. As Windmills Restaurant offers a door prize of two breakfasts (4 for the local sheriff’s meeting this growing prob-
state test results show, both schools provide strong academic total) and an anonymous donor offers $50 cash every month department. lem head on, please come
programs. Students have many opportunities for leadership and with magic red tickets selling 6 for $5. The senior center thrift Boys and Girls and be part of the solution.
social skill development. School founders, Kim and Rod store has a special table of discounted jewelry just for the social. Club:: Also speak- This is a partnership open
Logan, are the recipients of the Hart-Vision Award for Charter For more information call Nancy at 485-5231 or to become a ing will be Tami Cramer, to all community members
School Leadership recently presented member (all ages) call 462-4343. from the Boys and Girls in Mendocino County. Your
at the National Charter School Conference. Orientation is Clubs of Ukiah. Cramer voice is needed. Your con-
June 20 at 4 p.m. For more registration information, contact the started with this organiza- cern needs to be effective.
staff at 467-0500. Ukiah High School class of 1986 tion on August 4, 2005, as Gang formations and
to hold 20 year reunion August 5 chief professional officer. memberships extend across
Assault Awareness workshop Since her tenure began, the cultural lines and only
Ukiah High School Class of 1986 is holding a 20 year through cooperation, and
reunion August 5, 2006. For more information, contact uki- numbers of children
for women to be held Saturday, June 24 firstname.lastname@example.org or call 468-5344. To help locate missing enrolled in the club has collaboration will we be
Project Sanctuary is sponsoring a self protection/assault tripled and a new site has able to open the lines of
classmates, read current biographies, and get tickets for the
awareness workshop for women led by 5th Aikido Blackbelt party go to www.ukiahi86.com. been added (now housed at communication to begin to
Gayle Fillman. This live workshop is free of charge to women both Pomolita Middle work together to approach
and girls and will take place Saturday, June 24 from 10 a.m. to School as well as Grace our community gang prob-
5 p.m. at the Aikido on 901 S. Oak St. in Ukiah. Participants can
learn the right attitude and assertiveness skills to minimize the
possibility of becoming a victim. Participants will also learn
Barbecue money raised from the bar-
becue to buy firefighting
and rescue equipment as
Hudson Elementary). They
serve 300 children a day
combined (both sites) and
If you have any ques-
tions, please contact Sue
how to easily pick up on danger signals, and be trained to de- Continued from Page A-5 well as medical supplies. We have more than 500 mem- Hawley, Chair, at 744-7585
escalate situations to cope with potential threats or assaults. truly appreciate the support bers. The 16 staff provide a or Sue_Hawley@B-F.com
Participants can learn how to break the “freeze response” in any ing from cookbooks to t- we receive from Comptche 1 to 25 ratio, and they run or Carole Hester at 468-
emergency and react with confidence. Effective self defense shirts to homemade crafts. and the coastal community,” all of the national programs 8197.
techniques will be demonstrated and used by participants for There will also be a raffle Tunzi said.
both physical and mental well being. Fillman will be teaching featuring many valuable CVFD fire engines and
the skills necessary to reduce anxiety or fear of violence in
one’s daily life.
items contributed by local other emergency equipment Finally! A hearing device you’ll
merchants and supporters, will be on display at the
Pre-registration is required, call 462-5141 or 462-9196 and including the award-winning event. Information about fire actually want to wear.
leave name and phone number of the interested party on the Comptche hand-made quilt. prevention and safety will
voicemail, stating if a return phone call is necessary. “This is the biggest
Participants should bring a lunch and wear comfortable cloth- be available, The CalStar MENDO-LAKE
ing practical for a participant’s typical day. Comptche event of the helicopter air- ambulance is
Project Sanctuary is a non-profit organization committed to year,” said Fire Chief Larry also scheduled to land at the AUDIOLOGY
Tunzi. “Our department uses event.
Giving monies will be over, and the
paperwork for scholarship
payment will begin to be
dren, all of whom were well
cared for and many of whom
were college-educated. My
know we believe in their
promise, in their abilities,
and in their goodness.
730 Dora, Ukiah • 463-2966
Continued from Page A-3 processed. In this context, father, aunts and uncles then Before the graduates know
many scholarship interviews the pictures above my desk gave back what they had it, it will be their turn to
have taken place at the take on a new meaning. received by “giving for- “give back” to those who
They represent what one ward” to the next genera- helped them by “giving for-
Community Foundation generation passes on to the tion, helping us to get the
office. By the time this col- ward” to future generations.
next, and what the next gen- education we needed to suc-
umn runs, the awards cere- eration is obliged to “give ceed in life. If you would like to find
forward” to the generations Graduation is a time when out more about scholarship
funds at the Community
Hospice that follow them. My grand-
parents did not have a lot of
money or education, but
many people in our commu-
nity “give forward” to grad-
uates. With our scholarships
Foundation, visit our web-
New Account Rep
Continued from Page A-3 theya raised fourteen chil- and support, we let them found.org. Mendocino Office
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face the reality and pain of the
loss, to adjust their life, to
restore themselves, and to
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“crazy” to others, or frighten-
ing away friends with “needi-
ness,” many bereaved persons
hide their true feelings and are
Classifieds have a tradition of value.
A tradition that’s passed
thus deprived of the chance to
work through their grief.
Often they view themselves on from management to
as “not handling it.” Grief is
not a sign of weakness; it is an employees, from employees
inevitable and fitting reaction
-- a tribute to the loss of to customers and from
someone important to us.
Hospice recognizes the our customers to their
importance of acknowledging
grief as well as the individual friends and families.
nature of its expression and
duration. Trained profession-
als facilitate the Phoenix hos-
pice bereavement support
groups. The bereavement
a tradition of value!
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place to meet and learn from
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Wagonseller Neighborhood MTA’s summer schedules Jessica is the founder of Wise Food Ways
COMMUNITY BRIEFS walk to be this Saturday
The Wagenseller Neighborhood invites the
public to “Walk on the Wild Side,” a neighbor-
effective Sunday, June 18
The Mendocino Transit Authority (MTA)
will introduce revised summer bus schedules
(wisefoodways.com) and is the cofounder of
Locavores (locavores.com) which encourages
community members to participate in the Eat
Dam Dog Walks to take place hood walk, on Saturday June 17 at 10 a.m. The for the Inland service, the Ukiah Valley service Jessica’s recently published book, “Full
group will meet at the corner of Clara Ave. and Moon Feast: Food and the Hunger for
Sundays at Lake Mendocino S. Orchard Streets with the walk lasting about
and the Hopland/Talmage/Ukiah service effec-
tive June 18, 2006. Most changes are minor in Connection,” is full of nourishing recipes
This is no ordinary dog walk. Inspired by an hour. Participants will be introduced to the nature and have been made to improve passen- based on locally grown and ethically sound
Cesar Millan, The Dog Whisper, this is a struc- history and current information about one of ger convenience and system productivity. The ingredients. “The Farmers’ Almanac,” still in
tured one-hour dog walk designed to get dogs Ukiah’s oldest surviving neighborhoods. Wear schedules will be in effect through August 27, use by many traditional farmers, is a guide for
moving in a migrating pack mode to promote a a hat and comfortable shoes. Come explore the planting by the thirteen lunar cycles. Jessica’s
2006. New fall schedules will be issued prior book follows these cycles of an agrarian year,
more balanced pooch. It’s good for the humans wonders and challenges of our neighborhood. to that date. Significant changes include the
as well. All dogs must be on leash and under For more information contact 467-9798. encouraging us to celebrate the seasons
following: #9 local bus service times have been through fresh foods that are naturally available
control. adjusted to serve Ukiah High School’s summer in our area.
Meets every Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. at Mendocino National Forest school sessions from Ukiah. The most signifi-
the Lake Mendocino Dam Lake Mendocino cant change is to the Hopland/Ukiah service,
Dr. (Time will change to 8:45 a.m. June 18 to Service to host public route 54, and the Talmage/ Ukiah service, route Favorable veather benefits
“beat the heat”.) Pack leader is Sallie Palmer of workshops June 17 and 24 52. These routes have been adjusted to provide the Farmers’ Market
Well Mannered Mutts 463-3647. Cost $1 dona- morning service to Mendocino College and
tion to the Humane Society for Inland The Mendocino National Forest Service will Although the winter rains and the cool
hold public workshops on Saturday, June 17 afternoon service from the college.
Mendocino County. a 501C3 non-profit orga- Summer time also means summer youth spring put a damper on many farmers’ plans,
nization. and Saturday, June 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to their patient skills and the wonderful late
discuss its designated Off Highway Vehicle passes are available. MTA summer youth pass-
es provide young people 18 years and younger spring weather is finally bringing the produce
(OHV) route system. These are follow-ups to in. Come to Farmers’ Market to celebrate
Grateful Gleaners seeking workshops held in February and March. The unlimited rides throughout the county on all
spring with greens, asparagus and strawberries.
to strengthen community workshops will be identical but will be held in MTA bus routes. The price is only $25 dollars
for all summer. Summer youth passes can be Take a peek at early summer as blueberries,
different locations on different dates to allow
through ‘gleaning’ some flexibility for interested persons to purchased from any MTA bus driver on MTA baby squash, and first of the season peaches
slip into the market. Plan a graduation ceremo-
The Grateful Gleaners are dedicated to pro- attend. The June 17 meeting to take place at vehicles, or by calling the main office.
Passengers are reminded to pick up their ny barbecue with Masút’s organic beef from
moting the growth, preservation, and sharing Forest Supervisor’s Office at 825 North Covelo or fresh caught fish from our scenic
of local, seasonal, organic food through com- Humboldt Ave. in Willows. The June 24 meet- new schedules on MTA buses, or at local
ing will be at the conference center in the libraries, city halls, or chambers of commerce. north coast.
munally harvesting fruits, vegetables, and nuts. The Saturday certified market, from 8:30
They harvest and distribute the excesses Cabaret room on 200 South School street in To have a schedule mailed to you, or to pur-
Ukiah. chase a summer youth pass, please call 462- a.m. to noon, May through October, is starting
offered by generous growers in the community. All users of the Mendocino National Forest to fill School St. in front of Alex Thomas
A portion of the harvest is donated to certain 1422 or 1-800-696-4MTA.
are encouraged to participate, including Plaza, as more vendors enter the market with
groups in the community. People who grow ripe produce. The Tuesday evening market is
fruits, vegetables or nuts and who have extra to
hunters, anglers, campers, hikers, equestrians,
off-highway vehicle users, mountain bike rid-
Child Abuse Prevention also now open. This smaller market has fish
share, and people who would like to glean with ers, and other interested persons. Commission to meet today from the coast and an assortment of produce
the Grateful Gleaners are welcomed to contact Persons requiring special accommodations from the Gowan farm in early June. It offers
Karen Gridley at 459-2101. The Policy Council on Children and Youth convenient times for those who work down-
to participate in the workshops can contact the (PCCY) and PCCY Child Abuse Prevention
Mendocino National Forest at (530) 934-3316; town and can get to the Alex Thomas Plaza
Redwood Valley Community Commission will meet Friday, June 16 from 2 pavilion between 3 and 6 p.m. from June
TTY (530) 934-7724; or e-mail to 4 p.m. at the Ukiah Job Alliance/Mendocino
email@example.com. through October.
Market seeking vendors Works building, 631 S. Orchard Ave., Ukiah in
the Mendocino conference room.
Interested in selling fruits, vegetables and Lobster sale fund raiser Videoconferencing to Fort Bragg will be held Car wash for foster youth
crafts in addition to having fun at a local mar- at the Department of Social Services, 825 S. camp to be held on Saturday
ket? Redwood Valley Community Market is in orders end this Saturday Franklin, Fort Bragg. The council is a collabo-
its third season and it is growing. The market is Soroptomist International is offering Maine rative group of agency and community repre- Redwood Children’s Services, Inc. will be
seeking vendors with produce, crafts, and cer- lobsters just in time for Father’s Day and grad- holding a car wash and bake sale in the Rite
sentatives who work together to improve the Aid parking lot on State Street on Saturday,
tified prepared foods. Redwood Valley uation. quality of services provided to children, youth
Community Market meets on Sundays from The lobsters average 1-1/4 pounds each and June 17 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. RCS is
and their families in Mendocino County. requesting donations of $5 to $6 dollars per
9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. This year our season is the cost is $18 live. Pick-up is Saturday, June Meetings are open to interested members of the
beginning on July 23 and concluding on Oct. 17, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 303 Talmage (next car/van/SUV.
public. For more information, call Pat Meek at This carwash and bake sale is part of RCS’s
15. There is a reasonable weekly or seasonal to Mendocino County Farm Supply) in Ukiah. 463-7722 or visit the web site at
rate for vendors. For additional information Cooked lobsters are an additional cost of $1 annual fundraising campaign for Youth
www.mcdss.org/PCCY/index.htm. Empowerment Camp 2006, a five day
and to apply, please call 485-6523. each. The deadline for pre-ordering the lob-
sters is June 1. overnight camp experience that will be held
Calling all contestants Profits from Soroptomist International of Chef and author at Farmers’ August 13 through 17 at Camp Cazadero
for ‘Miss’ Relay 2006 Yokayo Sunrise’s semi-annual lobster sale go Market this Saturday United Camp Conferences and Retreat.
back into the community. Deadline for pre- Summer camp for foster youth is only able
ordering the lobsters is June 1. To order, con- Jessica Prentice, professional chef, food to continue with the support of our community
This year’s American Cancer Society’s activist, and speaker will be giving a free cook- members. It is also an opportunity for college
Relay for Life event (June 24-25 at Ukiah High tact Marta Hernandez at 367-1481 or 468-
8631, Sandy Dow at 467-4106 or any member ing demonstration under the pavilion at Alex students interested in the human services field
School) is coming along wonderfully, says Thomas Plaza at 11 a.m. Parducci winery will to volunteer as youth mentors.
event information. At last year’s event, they of Soroptomist International of Yokayo
Sunrise.. select a wine to pair with Jessica’s creation so Tickets may be purchased in advance. For
had their first ever “Miss” Relay contest and that participants can truly taste the bounty of more information, call 467-2000 or write P.O.
raised over $2,300 for the American Cancer Lobsters are picked up at 6:30 a.m. at San
Francisco airport. All were caught and shipped Mendocino County. box 422, Ukiah, Calif. , 95482.
Society thanks to some very special men. the day before from the Lynch Lobster Co. in
“Miss” Relay contestants are men, dressed Beverly, Maine. Lobsters are placed in
as women, who while in their finery, champion Styrofoam-lined boxes, stuck in their proper
to be crowned “Miss” Relay by declaring why little slots like wine bottles, tails down and
they should win the coveted title. They then claws banded. They are covered with ice packs
mingle with the crowd for one hour to raise and shipped.
money for the American Cancer Society. At the Members of Soroptomist International of
end of the hour, monies are counted and each Yokayo Sunrise will also cook the lobster for
dollar equals one vote. The “girl” with the most the customer on site for an additional cost of $1
money raised is crowned “Miss” Relay. each if desired, or, cooking instructions will be
Men, who have wanted to help the American provided. Profits from their semi-annual lob-
Cancer Society, but didn’t know how are ster sale go back into the local community for
encouraged to start fundraising, pick out an scholarships and special projects, including
outfit, and help in the fight against cancer. For Project Sanctuary, Plowshares, Senior Center,
more information, contact the American the Young Parent Program, and a variety of
Cancer Society at 462-7482 option 3. other community projects.
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NATION FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2006 – A-11
Bernanke: Fed needs to keep eye on inflation expectations
By JEANNINE AVERSA acting. somewhat in the past month,” prices have topped $3 a gallon affect the economy in a num- speech that sent stocks plung-
AP Economics Writer Just as important as infla- he said. “Nevertheless, these in many areas. ber of ways, Bernanke said. It ing around the world,
WASHINGTON — Energy tion numbers is the inflation developments bear watching.” Those high energy prices can make inflation worse. Or Bernanke said the Fed would
prices are likely to stay high mind-set of investors, busi- Bernanke made his com- are making inflation worse. it can slow economic growth, take all necessary action to
and how much they push up nesses and consumers, ments in prepared remarks to For the first five months of he said. make sure inflation doesn’t
the prices of other goods and Bernanke suggested. The fear: the Economic Club of this year, consumer prices Thus far, economic activity spread through the economy.
services bears close watching, If people and companies think Chicago. A copy of his speech were galloping ahead at an seems to be holding up fairly Investors and economists took
Federal Reserve Chairman inflation will get worse a year was distributed in annual rate of 5.2 percent — well to lofty energy prices, he that as a strong signal that
Ben Bernanke said Thursday. from now, they can change Washington. outpacing the 3.4 percent rise suggested. interest rates will move higher
He warned anew that the their behavior in ways that The Fed chief said that in for all of 2005. “The U.S. economy is at the Fed’s next meeting,
central bank will be vigilant make it a self-fulfilling proph- the short run, energy prices Core prices, which exclude remarkably flexible and it June 28-29.
against inflation. esy. are likely to stay high given
Some measures of such food and energy, are advanc- seems to have absorbed the At that time, economists
“The cumulative increases strong world global demand
in energy and commodity “inflation expectations” have ing at a 3.1 percent pace so far cost shocks of the past few predict the Fed will boost its
“edged up, on net, in recent and tight supplies. this year. That compares with years with only a few disloca- key rate to 5.25 percent,
prices have been large enough
that they could account for months,” Bernanke noted. “The days of persistently a 2.2 percent increase in 2005 tions,” he said. which would mark the 17th
some of the recent pickup in “As yet, these expectations cheap oil and natural gas are and suggests the price tags of It’s the second time in just quarter-point increase since
core inflation,” Bernanke said. measures have remained with- likely behind us,” Bernanke lots of other goods and ser- over a week that Bernanke has June 2004.
When measuring core infla- in the ranges in which they said. vices are going up. Some of talked about inflation,
have fluctuated in recent years Oil prices, which hit a the increases in core prices although Thursday’s speech ———
tion, volatile energy and food
prices are removed so that and inflation compensation record high of $75.17 a barrel reflect the spillover of high was in the broader context of On the Net:
economists can get a better implied by yields on govern- in late April, are now hovering energy prices, economists say. the energy climate. Federal Reserve: www.fed-
picture of how other prices are ment debt has fallen back above $69 a barrel. Gasoline The high cost of energy can In a June 5 anti-inflation eralreserve.gov/
Congress launches into new, Bush: It’s ‘tough sledding’
impassioned debate on Iraq right now for trade talks
By LIZ SIDOTI By DEB RIECHMANN
Associated Press Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The WASHINGTON —
House erupted in impas- President Bush, trying to jump
sioned, election year debate start global trade negotiations,
over the Iraq war on Thursday, urged European and develop-
Republicans defending the ing nations Thursday to make
conflict as key to winning the tough decisions to finish a
global struggle against terror- trade deal that he claims will
ism while Democrats excori- curb poverty.
ated President Bush and his The United States is among
policies. 149 nations trying to finish the
“We must stand firm in our international round of trade
commitment to fight terrorism talks known as the Doha
and the evil it inflicts through- Round. Negotiators have
out the world. We must renew missed several deadlines.
our resolve that the actions of “It’s tough sledding right
evil-doers will not dictate now,” Bush said at the
American policy,” House Initiative for Global
Speaker Dennis Hastert, R- Development’s national sum-
Ill., said in remarks laden with mit focused on getting the
references to the Sept. 11, public and private sectors to
2001, terrorist attacks. work together to end poverty
The war was “a grotesque across the world.
mistake,” countered the There are disagreements
Democratic leader, Rep. over cutting farm barriers in
Nancy Pelosi of California. tion. stone on combat deaths,
Countered Rep. Carolyn White House press secretary Europe, the United States and file photo
“The administration continues other rich nations. Major President George W. Bush
to dig a hole. They refuse to Kilpatrick, D-Mich.: Tony Snow said, “It’s a num-
“America, listen. Look. ber.” He said that Bush “feels developing countries, such as
come up and see the light,” India and Brazil, also are a ceremonial swearing-in at of poverty,” Bush said, adding
she said. Should we stay the course or very deeply the pain that the the White House of the new that impoverished states are
should we have a plan of rede- families feel.” As the updated refusing to significantly
The debate unfolded four reduce trade barriers that pro- U.S. trade representative, attractive safe havens for ter-
months before midterm elec- ployment to protect our troops death toll was announced at Susan Schwab, who is work- rorists and tyrants and interna-
and to protect America?” the Pentagon, the House and tect their manufacturing and
tions that will decide the con- service industries. ing to wrap up key elements tional criminals.
trol of Congress. Partisan The United States has Senate held moments of of a deal by the end of July. The Initiative for Global
absorbed the deaths of 2,500 silence. “We’re ready to eliminate
lines were drawn quickly. all tariffs and subsidies and Former Secretary of States Development was founded in
“Is it al-Qaida or is it troops in the three-year con- Polls show the war has Colin Powell and Madeleine 2003 by former Sen. Daniel
flict, which began when a become unpopular. But Bush other barriers to free flow of
America? Let the voters take goods and services, and we Albright co-chaired the sum- Evans of Washington; Bill
note of this debate,” said U.S.-led invasion toppled has tried to rally support in the mit, which was attended by Gates Sr., father of Microsoft
Saddam Hussein, but quickly days since the death of terror expect other nations to do the
Republican Rep. Charles same,” Bush said. some of the nation’s top busi- founder Bill Gates; Bill
Norwood of Georgia, attack- turned sour in the face of a leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, ness leaders, philanthropists,
brutal insurgency. and the recent completion of He said countries in Europe Ruckelshaus, former adminis-
ing war critics as defeatists have to make a tough decision policy experts, government
Reacting to the new mile- officials and civic leaders. trator of the Environmental
who do not deserve re-elec- on farming, and the G20 Protection Agency; Bill
See IRAQ, Page A-12 “Americans have got to
group of developing countries Clapp, chief executive officer
that is pushing for increased understand that when we talk
about trade, we’re not only of Global Partnerships; and
Supreme Court upholds police access to industrialized mar-
kets for their farmers have to talking about enhancing eco-
nomic growth and vitality,
Gen. John Shalikashvili, for-
mer chairman of the Joint
evidence in searches without knocking make difficult decisions on
Bush said he planned to
we’re helping people get out Chiefs of Staff.
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NATION THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL
Scientists revel in missing Senate sends President Bush
link of bird evolution $94.5 billion for war, hurricane
By ANDREW TAYLOR Democratic Sen. Mary on including the money our
By RANDOLPH E. SCHMID between ancient and modern book, Lamanna said. Associated Press Landrieu and GOP colleague troops need in the regular bud-
AP Science Writer species of birds, and “Gansus “We went to Changma hop- WASHINGTON — The David Vitter are confident get that’s requested by the
WASHINGTON — fits perfectly into this gap,” ing that we’d discover one, Senate Thursday sent their state will receive $4.2 president and sent to us,” said
Dozens of fossils of an ancient added Jerald D. Harris of maybe two, fragments of fos- President Bush a $94.5 billion billion of $5.2 billion con- Patty Murray, D-Wash., as
loon-like creature that some Dixie State College in Utah. sil birds,” he said. “Instead, emergency spending bill, tained in the bill for direct debate closed Thursday.
say is the missing link in bird “Gansus is the oldest exam- we found dozens, including meeting his funding requests grants to states. Louisiana The bill adheres to Bush’s
evolution have been discov- ple of the nearly modern birds some almost complete skele- for America’s wars in Iraq and plans to use its share to repair demand of a bill capped at
ered in northwest China. that branched off of the trunk tons with soft tissues. We Afghanistan and providing and rebuild housing stocks. $94.5 billion — including
The remains of 40 of the of the family tree that began were successful beyond our new aid to Gulf Coast hurri- “Many people didn’t have $2.3 billion to combat avian
nearly modern amphibious with the famous proto-bird wildest dreams.” cane victims. insurance because they flu — though lawmakers
birds, so well-preserved that Archaeopteryx,” said Peter The new fossil material “is The 98-1 vote on the com- weren’t in a flood plain,” found extra money for grants
some even have their feathers, Dodson of the University of remarkable for its excellent promise House-Senate legis- Landrieu said. “And then the for Mississippi, Texas and
were found in Gansu Pennsylvania, a co-author of preservation and establishes lation gave much-needed levees broke and people, mid- Alabama by cutting back on
province, researchers report in the paper along with that Gansus is an early mem- funds to support U.S. troops dle-income families, wealthy the Federal Emergency
Friday’s issue of the journal Lamanna, You and others. ber of the Ornithurae. ... The overseas. Most of the money families and poor families lost Management Agency’s chief
Science. Previously only a The remains were dated to new fossils demonstrate that — $66 billion — goes to the the largest asset they had.” disaster fund.
single leg of the creature, about 110 million years ago, Gansus clearly is a bird that Pentagon for military opera- An earlier veto threat by That move raises the likeli-
known as Gansus yumenensis, making them the oldest for the spent much of its life looking tions overseas. Bush forced senators to strip hood that more FEMA funds
had been found. group Ornithurae, which for food in water,” comment- Bush praised Congress for some things out: will have to be passed before
“Gansus is a missing link in includes all modern birds and ed Hans-Dieter Sues, associ- providing funds to “fight ter- —More than $14 billion for the end of the year if not
bird evolution,” said Matt their closest extinct relatives. ate director for research and rorism, defend our homeland, such things as aid to farmers before Election Day.
Lamanna of the Carnegie Previously, the oldest known collections at the enforce our borders, and ful- outside the hurricane zone and The compromise bill
Museum of Natural History in fossils from this group were Smithsonian’s National fill our moral obligation to for the Gulf Coast seafood includes Bush’s plan to pro-
Pittsburgh. from about 99 million years Museum of Natural History. help our fellow Americans in industry. vide 1,000 more Border Patrol
“Most of the ancestors of ago. Gansus is an additional need.” —Democratic initiatives to agents along the Mexican bor-
birds from the age of The fact that Gansus was “link in a long chain of inter- The bill would bring to beef up port security and vet- der, send about 6,000 National
dinosaurs are members of aquatic indicates that modern mediate forms between almost $320 billion the tally erans medical services. Guard troops there and build
groups that died out and left birds may have evolved from Archaeopteryx, the oldest for the campaign in Iraq and —A controversial plan detention space for 4,000 ille-
no modern descendants. But animals that originated in known bird from the late $89 billion for the one in backed by Mississippi GOP gal immigrants.
Gansus led to modern birds, aquatic environments, the Jurassic, and modern birds,” Afghanistan. Gov. Haley Barbour and the Efforts by Gregg to add
so it’s a link between primi- researchers said. said Sues, who was not part of Only Sen. Arlen Specter, R- state’s powerful Senate dele- funding for capital needs for
tive birds and those we see “Our new specimens are Lamanna’s research team. Pa., voted against the bill. He gation to pay CSX border security such as heli-
today,” Lamanna, a co-leader extremely well preserved, Funding for the research is opposed to a provision Transportation $700 million copters and other aircraft and
of the research team, said in a with some even including was provided by the for a recently rebuilt freight new vehicles to patrol the bor-
feathers,” Lamanna said. Discovery Quest program for endorsing Bush’s $873 billion
telephone interview. rail line along the coast so the der were rebuffed by the
It was about the size of a “Because these fossils are in The Science Channel, “cap” on the annual appropri-
ations bills that Congress state could use its path for a White House.
modern pigeon, but similar to such good condition, they’ve Carnegie Museum of Natural
enabled us to reconstruct the History, Dixie State College passes each year. Specter is new highway. The overall emergency
loons or diving ducks, he
explained, and one of the fos- appearance and relationships of Utah, the Chinese pushing for $7 billion in addi- Notwithstanding approval bill’s long path into law began
sils even has skin preserved of Gansus with a high degree Geological Survey and the tional money for education of the emergency spending in February as a $92.2 billion
between the toes, showing of precision. They provide Ministry of Science and and health programs. measure, lawmakers are get- request by Bush. He later
that it had webbed feet. new and important insight Technology of China. Still, there is increasing ting restless over the practice agreed to additions for
“We were lucky far beyond into the evolutionary transfor- At one point during the concern in Congress about the of funding wars through ad Louisiana levee projects, bor-
our expectations” in finding mation of carnivorous field work, Lamanna told his cost of the war in Iraq and the hoc supplemental bills outside der security and avian flu.
these fossils, Hai-lu You of the dinosaurs into the birds we colleagues he would eat a fact that the spending is kept the annual budget and thus not Bush’s determination that
Chinese Academy of know today.” duck foot if they found the on a set of loosely policed subject to budget limits that the measure not exceed his
Geological Sciences said at a The remains were found in fossil they were seeking while books that are kept separate curb the growth of other gov- request set the terms for
briefing Thursday. an ancient lake bed near the the television camera crew from the rest of government ernment programs. endgame talks, and when the
“A world lost for more than town of Changma. was still there. So, did they? operations. On an unrelated defense agreement was unveiled, the
100 million years was being Researchers split open slabs “It tasted sort of like chick- Final action on the bill was policy bill, senators White House and House
revealed to us,” he said. of mudstone to find them. It en, but real rubbery,” he welcomed by Gulf Coast law- Wednesday voted 98-0 for an Republicans trumpeted their
Previously there was a gap was like turning the pages of a recalled. makers, especially relatively amendment by John McCain, success in sticking with the
junior Louisiana delegation R-Ariz., to require future target.
members who felt their funding for the wars to be But while many Senate
Court search and could not be used
at his trial. He was convicted
of drug possession.
Kennedy, a moderate, joined
the conservatives in most of
the ruling. He wrote his own
Katrina-devastated state was
shortchanged in a similar
measure last December.
considered in the same way as
other government spending
extras were tossed overboard,
others were financed by sim-
ply putting off spending that
Continued from Page A-11 Scalia said that a victory opinion, however, to say “it The bill contains $3.7 bil- “This bill continues the will be required to be included
for Hudson would have given bears repeating that it is a seri- lion for Louisiana flood con- charade that this war should in the next emergency bill,
country might start bursting “a get-out-of-jail-free card” to ous matter if law enforcement trol projects, and Louisiana be funded off budget instead expected early next year.
into homes to execute search him and others. officers violate the sanctity of
warrants. She asked: “Is there In a dissent, four justices the home by ignoring the req-
no policy of protecting the complained that the decision uisites of lawful entry.”
home owner a little bit and the erases more than 90 years of Kennedy said that legisla-
sanctity of the home from this Supreme Court precedent. tures can intervene if police
immediate entry?” “It weakens, perhaps officers do not “act compe-
She retired before the case destroys, much of the practi- tently and lawfully.” He also
was decided, and a new argu- cal value of the Constitution’s said that people whose homes
ment was held so that Justice knock-and-announce protec- are wrongly searched can file
Samuel Alito could participate tion,” Justice Stephen Breyer a civil rights lawsuit.
in deliberations. Alito and wrote for himself and the And Scalia wrote that there
Bush’s other Supreme Court three other liberal members. are public-interest law firms
pick, Chief Justice John Breyer said that police can and attorneys who specialize
Roberts, supported Scalia’s now enter homes without in civil rights grievances.
opinion. knocking and waiting a short In response, Breyer said
Hudson’s lawyers argued time if they know that there is there is no evidence of anyone
that evidence against him was no punishment for it. collecting much money in
connected to the improper Justice Anthony M. such cases.
Iraq Republicans arranged for
the debate to culminate in a
vote either later Thursday or
cal document, just before the
fall elections,” Rep. Ron
Kind, D-Wis., said. Added
Friday on legislation — a res- Rep. Tom Lantos, D-Calif.:
Continued from Page A-11 olution — that labels the Iraq “They are forcing us into a
an new Iraqi government. war part of the larger global charade.”
The Pentagon prepared a fight against terrorism and They also complained that
battle plan for the debate, dis- says an “arbitrary date for the Republicans refused to allow
tributing a highly unusual 74- withdrawal or redeployment” them to present an alternative
page “debate prep book” of troops is not in the national resolution. But even though Suggested
filled with ready-made interest. they tried, Democrats weren’t
Across the Capitol, partisan able to reach agreement on Donation
answers for criticism of the
war. tensions on the Iraq war were such an alternative.
“Iraq will become a haven clear as the Senate sent the In both the House and
for terrorists, murderers and
thugs,” if the United States
president another $66 billion
for the wars in Iraq and
Afghanistan and debated
Senate, Democrats appear to
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both Republicans and
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tag of Iraq rise, opinion polls
when all troops should be out.
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a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays.
Southbound traffic will be
ed from his motorcycle onto restricted to one-lane, and dri-
the pavement. He sustained vers may experience minor
major injuries and was airlift- slowdowns. The project’s esti-
ed to Santa Rosa Memorial mated date of completion is
Hospital for treatment. August 2006.
The accident is under BRIDGE REPAIR --
investigation. Repair to the Russian River
Bridge on Highway 101 near
the intersection with state
CALTRANS REPORTS Route 175 is scheduled to
begin Sunday. Work is sched-
The following were uled from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
compiled from reports weekdays. The bridge will be
prepared by the closed, but a detour is avail-
California Department of able. Drivers can expect five-
Transportation. minute delays. The estimated
ROAD REPAIR -- Slide date of completion is some-
and road repair on Highway time in August.
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believes there will be more to
come from this investigation.
“It’s not easy to acquire,”
Smallcomb said of the nitrous
oxide. “It’s a controlled sub-
chapter of the Hells Angels stance.”
motorcycle club. Smallcomb said the
Nitrous oxide is a gas most Sheriff’s Office deals with a
commonly found in dentist certain amount of crime con-
offices and used for anesthe- nected with the Redwood Run
sia. The gas is often sold in each year, but that it is usually
balloons for $10 each and is restricted to charges of dri-
known to induce disorienta- ving under the influence.
tion, pulsating auditory hallu-
All three suspects have
cinations and increased pain been released on bail.
threshold. Ben Brown can be reached at
Smallcomb said he firstname.lastname@example.org.
On-Call April 30. Crews also experi-
enced retardant drops from air
tankers and water drops from
helicopters during this wind-
EN ! JUNE 24TH
Continued from Page A-1 driven blaze, Woskow said.
assigned to project work on
the Sherando National Park
for the purpose of grading and
seeding a recreational area,
Firefighters in the program
might work five incidents a
year. This year, however, they
were called out three times
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spreading asphalt and before fire season even start-
installing irrigation line, ed, Woskow said.
Woskow said. The crews also Firefighters in the program
did storm repair, which
included the retrieval of pic-
nic tables from lakes and
creeks, bridge rehabilitation,
trail repair, etc.
must be at least 18 years old.
Recruits are required to com-
plete an 80-hour training pro-
gram and then pass a written
exam. They must also be able
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By April 25, the On-Call
crews were working a 60-acre
fire in the Great Dismal
to pass a PACK test, where
they are required to wear a 40-
pound vest and walk three
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Briefly But some worry about
changing a fundamental rite
of worship that is so much a
Continued from Page A-2
ceeding Abu Musab al-
part of Catholic identity, espe-
cially now. Mass attendance Sunscreen
has been declining, the priest
Zarqawi is Abu Ayyub al-
Masri, an Egyptian with ties
shortage has left a growing
number of churches without a
may not be
to Osama bin Laden’s deputy.
U.S. military spokesman
Maj. Gen. William Caldwell
resident cleric, bishops and
parishioners have been bat-
said al-Masri apparently is the
same person that the terrorist
group identified in a Web
tling over the closure of old
churches and schools, and the
prelates have been trying to
posting last week as its new rebuild trust in their leader- Think slathering on the
leader — Abu Hamza al- ship after the clergy sex abuse highest-number sunscreen at
Muhajer, a nom de guerre. crisis. the beach or pool will spare you
Al-Muhajer, Arabic for skin cancer and premature
“immigrant,” claimed to have wrinkles? Probably not, if
succeeded al-Zarqawi, who Dan Rather, CBS you’re in the sun a lot.
was killed in a June 7 U.S. apparently close That’s because you don’t
airstrike, and vowed to need a sunburn to suffer the
avenge him in a threatening to deal to end effects that can cause various
Web statement Tuesday. their association types of skin cancer.
The military showed a pic- Sunscreens generally do a
ture of al-Masri — who was NEW YORK (AP) — Dan good job filtering out the ultra-
named in a most-wanted list Rather, who has been working violet rays that cause sunburn
issued in February 2005 by at “60 Minutes” since leaving — UVB rays. But with sunburn
the U.S. command and has a protection, many people get a
$50,000 bounty on his head as “CBS Evening News”
anchor last year, apparently is false sense of security that
— wearing a traditional white keeps them under the harsh sun
Arab headdress. in his final days at CBS News.
CBS executives and much longer. That adds to the
“We think they are one and risk of eventual skin cancer —
the same at this point. We’ll Rather’s representatives Daily Journal file photo
both deadly melanoma and the
continue to do further analy- appear close to a deal that will Sandy Rozmarin sips a glass of wine at Fetzer Vineyards during last year’s
Mendocino Wine Affair dinner and auction party. more common and less-threat-
sis,” Caldwell said. end Rather’s association with ening basal and squamous cell
CBS News after more than 40 cancers.
years, according to an execu-
tive knowledgeable about the Wine Four winners
enjoy these events.”
Tickets for Friday’s event
are almost sold out and the
And most sunscreens don’t
defend nearly as well against
the UVA rays that penetrate
situation who spoke to The
tweaking Mass Associated Press on condition
announced that night as well. only tickets available for deep into the skin and are more
Continued from Page A-1 At Fetzer Vineyards Valley
LOS ANGELES (AP) — of anonymity on Thursday. Friday are the two-day passes. likely to cause skin cancer and
from,” Enquist said. “There Oaks, a Garden Affair and Saturday’s gathering still has wrinkles. That’s true even for
Prayers ingrained in the mem- Rather, 74, told The Gala Dinner will be taking
ories of millions of U.S. will be a few other surprises tickets available for purchase. some products labeled “broad-
Philadelphia Inquirer that he place with more than 500 peo- spectrum UVA/UVB protec-
Roman Catholics would for the folks that night as (Purchase tickets online at
has had no conversations well.” ple enjoying the afternoon and tion.”
change under a proposal www.mendowine.com or by
about continuing at “60 “There will also be a third night. “This will be the last Experts say the best protec-
American bishops were con- calling the Mendocino
sidering to tweak the Mass so Minutes” beyond the televi- release of Coro Mendocino event at Valley Oaks,” Enquist tion against UVA is a sunscreen
sion season that ended last wine,” he said. Coro wine is a said. “It will showcase the Winegrowers Alliance at 468- that includes zinc oxide, titani-
that it adheres more closely to 9886.)
the Latin version. month. Another story pub- collaborative effort by best of what Mendocino wine um dioxide or avobenzone.
The U.S. Conference of lished Thursday in The Mendocino winemakers to country has to offer.” The festivities at Parducci Consumers should also look for
Catholic Bishops was plan- Washington Post quotes CBS create a class of ultra-premi- Saturday’s event will entail Wine Cellars will start at 6:30 those that are water-resistant
ning to vote Thursday at its um wines that showcase the a live radio broadcast with p.m. and last until 10 p.m. and have an SPF of 30 or better,
executives who declined to be Gene Burns of KGO, a live indicating strong protection
biannual meeting on a new identified that network bosses rich heritage and unique char- Friday; on Saturday, Fetzer
translation for the Order of the acteristics of Mendocino and silent auction, music from Vineyards Valley Oaks will against UVB rays, and apply
have concluded there is no County. The Sofa Kings, local artists liberally and often.
Mass — an effort to satisfy future role at CBS for Rather. start the party at 3 p.m. and
Vatican calls for a more accu- There are many other and artisans displaying art- More important, limit time
CBS News President Sean work and an opportunity to end at 10:30 p.m. in the sun, particularly from 10
rate translation. things to do while at Parducci
McManus would not com- that night, including a silent sample more than 100 “You can’t beat a night a.m. to 4 p.m., and cover up,
The changes would be the with great food, great wine
most significant to the Mass ment on the reports Thursday, auction for a full-case of wine. Mendocino wines paired with including wearing a hat and
since parishioners first began a spokeswoman said. Rather When the silence is over, plan Latin, Mediterranean and and a great atmosphere that sunglasses.
worshipping in English did not immediately return a on enjoying the Fred McCarty Asian cuisine. raises money for local chari- Often, product labels are
instead of Latin following the Band throughout the night. “It “This event is where we ties and organizations,” confusing or bear misleading
call to his office. claims. For example, the SPF,
Second Vatican Council of the Rather stepped down in will be a great time with a wine’em and dine’em,” Enquist said.
early 1960s. country western type of Enquist said. “The ambience James Arens can be reached or sun protection factor, refers
March 2005 after 24 years as atmosphere,” Enquist said. only to defense against the less
The new translation would is why people come out and at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CBS’ anchorman. He took harmful UVB rays.
the alter the wording of 12 of much of the public blame for “I don’t think people under-
the 19 texts spoken by
Catholics during worship,
including the Nicene Creed,
the Gloria, the Penitential
a discredited 2004 story that
questioned President Bush’s
military service, an episode
Wealthy pawn broker, swinger stand they’re only getting pro-
tection from part of the spec-
trum,” said Dr. Sandra Read, a
Rite, the Sanctus and
that clouded his final months
on the job. sought in Reno judge shooting spokeswoman
Dermatology. “You’re accumu-
By TOM GARDNER may have headed west from Washoe Medical Center lating this damage and you
Associated Press Writer because of the contact with on Tuesday to an undisclosed, don’t know it.”
Market Federal Reserve Bank of
Philadelphia said manufactur-
ing activity slowed to 13.1
RENO, Nev. (AP) — He’s
a wealthy pawn broker and a
swinger, and police say
Donner and because a credit
card used by the company he
owns was used at the
secure location, police said.
Charla Mack filed for
divorce in 2005, and a mutual
Many sunscreens say little
about when to reapply — doc-
tors say at least every two hours
from 14.4 in May. Darren Mack also is a federal Sacramento airport Monday restraining order was signed and after swimming or sweat-
Continued from Page A-2 ing. Nor do they say much
The Labor Department also fugitive who may have fled to afternoon. in May 2005, court records
Crude futures saw another said first-time jobless claims the San Francisco Bay area “It doesn’t mean it was his show. A custody hearing was about how much to use, rough-
day of gains after the govern- dipped by 8,000 to 295,000 after allegedly slashing his company card,” Reno police scheduled before Weller in ly two tablespoons for an adult.
ment reported a larger-than- last week, although analysts wife to death and shooting a officer Fred Riglesberger said September. “Most people who use an SPF
expected drop in U.S. oil maintained expectations for Family Court judge. on Thursday. He said a grainy Court documents filed six 15 get the protection equivalent
reserves as refineries stepped the job market to weaken in The Justice Department surveillance tape of a person months before the couple sep- to an SPF 5 because they put it
up output to meet summer the coming months. charged Mack Thursday with who could be Mack may arated in 2004 said Mack on” too thinly, said Dr. Martin
gasoline demand. A barrel of In corporate news, unlawful flight to avoid prose- never result in a positive iden- earned more than $500,000 a A. Weinstock, chairman of the
light crude added 36 cents to Microsoft Corp. slipped 11 cution on a state murder tification. year and had a net worth of American Cancer Society’s
settle at $69.50 on the New cents to $21.96 in after-hours charge filed earlier in On Thursday, search teams $9.4 million. skin cancer advisory group.
York Mercantile Exchange. trading as the software giant Monday’s slaying of his found evidence related to Shawn Meador, Charla
The U.S. dollar drifted said co-founder and Chairman estranged wife. Charla Mack’s slaying near Mack’s lawyer, said in a court KONOCTI HARBOR
slightly lower against the Bill Gates plans to step away Mack’s cousin, Jeffrey Interstate 80 in west Reno, but filing that Mack ignored resort & spa
Donner, who lives in Moraga, would not disclose what it Weller’s order in May 2005 to On Beautiful Clear Lake
Japanese yen and was flat ver- from day-to-day duties by
sus European currencies. Calif., said Mack called him was, Riglesberger said. pay $10,000 a month in tem- 8/20...ALICE IN CHAINS
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Despite two days of sturdy afternoon through his third- from which it’s believed the of court, but Mack filed for
cents, or 0.9 percent, at
floor office window by a shot was fired and the home bankruptcy in August to avoid 6/23...THE BEACH BOYS
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ment. rifle from a building three Riglesberger said “hun- ing.
Street has finally reversed Bear Stearns’ quarterly 6/30...HILARY DUFF
course. Stocks are expected to football fields away. dreds and hundreds” of tips Meador said in court docu-
profit grew 83 percent to easi- Donner told reporters had come in from as far away ments that Mack continued to 7/1...3 DOORS DOWN
remain volatile until the Fed ly beat Wall Street estimates,
issues its opinion on the econ- Wednesday that Mack’s “mes- as Miami. live a lavish lifestyle, took fre- 7/2...SCORPIONS
lifted by strength in equity sage was, ‘If anything hap- “The more eyes we have quent vacations with girl-
omy’s health at the June 28-29 trading and fixed-income rev- 7/7...NICKEL CREEK
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enue. Bear Stearns swelled that the true story about the better the chances we’ll get “swinger” parties in Las 7/8...rob thomas
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Inc., which on Tuesday also media and the public.”’ shocked by reports of the
comment and try to get a real 7/22...CHRIS ISAAK
assessment of how this inflec-
posted outstanding earnings,
boosted its offer for
“He was just obsessed with
bringing this judge down. Not
shooting because Mack is
“just not a violent person.”
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Mack had been talking about example of somebody that has
crosswinds are blowing in dif- Bank Ltd. in an intensifying
1:00, 3:50, 7:00, 9:10
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FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2006 – B-1
Editor: Richard Rosier, 468-3520 The Ukiah Daily Journal email@example.com
The Young Parent Program has been in operation at Ukiah for those wheelchairs or with other special mobility needs. A
ACHIEVERS High School for over 20 years and an average of 10 students
graduate per year with their high school diploma. A variety of
education and services are available to students with an empha-
sis being placed on preparation for childbirth and parenting,
sign language interpreter will be present. Guests with impaired
hearing may wish to sit in the first few rows of the southwest
stands closest to the speaker’s platform.
Individuals planning to attend commencement are advised to
Two students receive young connections with health and social services providers and fam- arrive early, as campus parking is very limited. Free parking
ily education and counseling. will be available in lots located at East 15th Avenue and
parent scholarship for $500 For more information about the Young Parent Program con- Columbia Street, and East 14th Avenue and Kincaid Street, as
Recently the Community Foundation of Mendocino County tact MCOE’s Child Development Programs at 467-5141. well as at specially marked parking meters at the edge of cam-
announced that two students from the Mendocino County pus. In addition to the university-wide exercises on June 17,
Office of Education’s Young Parent Program at Ukiah High Local students among University each school or college-including individual College of Arts and
School have each received a $500 Young Parent Scholarship. Sciences departments-will hold ceremonies at various campus
According to Susanne Norgard from the Community
of Oregon degree candidates locations on Thursday, Friday or Saturday, June 15-17.
Foundation of Mendocino County “Dr. William Waring created EUGENE, ORE. -- A total of 4,363 students who have com- For times and locations of individual college ceremonies:
this Scholarship Fund to provide an annual scholarship to a pleted work toward a degree during the 2005-06 academic year http://studentlife.uoregon.edu/programs/commencement/Sprin
graduate of the Young Parent Program at Ukiah High School in are eligible to participate in the spring ceremonies, which begin g06Locations.pdf, (541) 346-3216, or go to the Office of
order to pay for books and tuition at an accredited college or at 12:30 p.m., on Saturday, June 17 at McArthur Court, 1601 Student Life in Room 164 of Oregon Hall, 1585 E. 13th Ave.
university within the State of California.” University St. No tickets are required, and doors will open at Celeste Eleanor Farmer, bachelor of arts, psychology; and
Jeanne Metcalf, instructor of the Young Parent Program was 10:30 a.m. Brent Anthony McManus, bachelor of science, human physiol-
thrilled to state that Amanda Boyce and Danielle Fransen were President Dave Frohnmayer will preside over the university- ogy.
each awarded a $500.00 scholarship. Fransen plans to attend the wide exercises and also will present the university’s 2006
San Francisco Art Institute and Boyce will begin her studies at Distinguished Service Awards and Presidential Medals. Tyler Gulyas makes dean’s list
Mendocino College in the fall. Recipients of several distinguished teaching awards for faculty at University of Portland
The Young Parent Program is funded by California School members also will be recognized.
Age Families Education (Cal-SAFE) and provides academic Seating in McArthur Court will be available on a first-come, Tyler Gulyas of Ukiah, Calif., is listed on the 2006 spring
and child care/developmental services to pregnant and parent- first-served basis. Graduating students will sit on the main floor semester dean’s list at the University of Portland. Students need
ing teens in order to help them successfully complete their high and guests will sit in the balconies. Limited seating will be at least a 3.5 grade point average to make the dean’s list. Gulyas
school education. available on the main floor on the east side of McArthur Court is a sophomore and majoring in history.
Two twin daughters, Kamryn Lea Wilkes and Kara Justine
Wilkes, were born Monday, June 5, 2006, to Chris and Jaime
Wilkes of Willits. Kamryn Lea weighed 5 pounds,10 ounces,
and Kara Justine weighed 4 pounds, 8 ounces.
Their grandparents are Debbie and John Bixler, George and
Tracy Wilkes, and John and Roni McFadden, all of Willits.
A baby son, Kolton Waddington was born Tuesday, May 30,
2006, to Jaime Waddington and Don Waddington, of Ukiah. He
weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces.
His grandparents are Dayle and Donna Waddington, of
Ukiah, and Lydia and Alan McGovern, of Santa Rosa, and
Wayne Hunt, of Ukiah.
A baby son, Lovell Avery Marizette, was born Saturday,
June 3, 2006, to Pauline Marizette and Odis Marizette, of
Ukiah. He weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces.
His grandparent is Odis Marizette, Sr., and his great-grand-
mother is Char Ray, of Ukiah.
A baby son, Gavin Joshua Hilliard, was born Sunday, June 4,
2006, to Meagan O’Quest and Joshua Hilliard of Ukiah. He
weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces.
His grandparents are Dan and Michele Hilliard and Alan and
A baby girl, A-ny-ya Rose Rios born May 27, 2006 to
Shannon and Sesario Rios of Ukiah. She Weighed 4 pounds, 7
ounces, and was 18 inches long.
The new baby is also welcomed by her older siblings Alyza
Rios, Angelo Rios, Tearlyn Katz all of Ukiah.
Her grandparents are Pam and Mike Fox of Nevada, Deanna
and Chris Campbell and Steve Barry, all of Redwood Valley.
A baby son, Nathan Gary Williams, was born Saturday, June
3, 2006, to Sarah Williams and Robert Williams, of Redwood
Valley. He weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces and was 20 inches
His grandparents are Joan Kostove of Redwood Valley, Debi
Ginochio of Odessa, Texas and Steve Kostove and fiancee
Cynthia Miller of Cobb, Calif. Great grandparents are Evelyn
Kostove of Ukiah and George and Mercy Ginochio, also of
Janae Ann Winchester
and Robert Kenneth “Bubba” Kirby
Janae Ann Winchester and Robert Kenneth “Bubba” Kirby
announce their engagement to marry July 29, 2006 in Santa
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Carolyn and Paul
Winchester, of Vallejo. She graduated from Vallejo High
School in 2003, and is attending Betthany University in Scott’s
Valley, where she is studying social science. She plans to grad-
uate in June of 2007.
The future groom is the son of Debbie and Robert Kirby, of
Ukiah, Calif. He graduated from Ukiah High School in 2000
and Betthany University in 2006. He is employed by Keough
Landscaping in Ukiah.
B-2- FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2006 THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL
Class of 2006
Amanda Amanda April
Bradford Grace Steinmann
Ukiah High Pomolita
School Ukiah High Middle
Squeak, Congratulations on your graduation. You make me May God bless you with success and all the hap-
We are so proud of you! Congratulations, and proud to be your big sister. I love you with all my piness it brings.
good luck with your next challenges. heart. Love Grandpa Pete and Gloria
Lots of love, Mom, Dad & Jonathan Emmy
Ashley Ashtin Brad
Villagomes Salisbury Furman
Pomolita Ukiah High Ukiah High
Middle School School
Hold on to your dreams and they’ll take you to Tootle Bootz, Brad,
beautiful places. You made it. You’ll be our rockin doc! No family could ask for a finer son and brother.
Love Auntie Gloria, Uncle Pete, Preston, Quenton Love Dad, Leona and Family! Congratulations! We are so proud.
Love you, Mom, Dad and Brett
Chris Jimmy Joshua
Ogburn- Ellison Broschat
Ukiah High Ukiah High
Ukiah High School School
Congratulations Chris, not just making through Congratulations! Great Job. Congratulations Joshua! We are blessed by God
Ukiah high but now 18! June 16th! From Brandi, Justin, Shelby, Kaitlin, Robert, Brian, to have you as our son!
Love Ashley, Mom, Dad, Jim, Ryan & Gary Aaron and Mom Love, Dad & Mom
Kylie Mylee Nathan
Perry Borecky Villagomes
Ukiah High Eagle Peak Ukiah High
School School School
Congratulations. We’re proud of you! Have fun Great job Mylee. I’m so proud of you. Keep up the You are in our thoughts and our hearts. We Love
bungee jumping. Love, Happiness & Success. good work. You.
Mom, Bill, Danica, Grandma & Grandpa Love always, Dad Love Auntie Gloria, Uncle Pete, Preston and
Jessica Ann Stephanie Ericka
Fisher Mendez Boesel
Ukiah High Ukiah High Ukiah High
School School School
We are all so proud of you and all you have We are so proud of you! Can’t wait to see you You are now onto kindergarten and have the
accomplished so far! cross that stage. Congratulations! whole world in front of you.
Love Mom & Dad Love your family Love Dad
attain your dream
Best of luck in your future endeavors
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PUBLIC NOTICE 379-06 COMPANY 453-06 BARTENDER CNA’s - Come Join
438-06 ROP TEACHER COMMUNITY
Notice of Public Lien Sale 6-9,16,23,30/06 135 Oak Manor Ct #1 No. exp. necessary Our Winning Team.
6/16,23,30,7/7/06 6-9,16,23,30/06 VIDEO SERVICE
Section Code #21707 Notice is hereby given FICTITIOUS Ukiah, CA 95482 for right person. All shifts. Cloverdale
FICTITIOUS FICTITIOUS PRODUCTION OFFICER:
that personal property, household goods, mis- BUSINESS NAME Lisa Cesano Infamous bar in Health Care Center.
BUSINESS NAME BUSINESS NAME San Hedrin
cellaneous items owned by and held for the STATEMENT 135 Oak Manor Ct #1 Boonville. 707-895- 72 bed SNF is look- City of
STATEMENT STATEMENT High School
account of the person(s) whose names and File No.: 2006-F0277 Ukiah, CA 95482 Part-Time (1 hrs/day, 3823 or 707-489-1711 ing for exceptionals & Healdsburg.
unit numbers are stated, will be sold at Public File No.: 2006-F0441 File No.: 2006-F0421 Salary range:
THE FOLLOWING This business is con- 5 days/wk, caring individuals to
Auction Sale on 6-24-06 at 10:00 A.M., held THE FOLLOWING THE FOLLOWING Bookkeeper Industri- $3014-$3663 per
PERSON(S) IS ducted by an Individ- 185 days/yr) make a difference in
by AA Storage, AKA Talmage Industrial Park, PERSON(S) IS PERSON(S) IS al Hardware seeks month, plus excel-
(ARE) DOING BUSI- ual. The registrant $27.84-$46.36/hr. the life of our resi-
830-890 Waugh Lane, Ukiah, CA. terms of (ARE) DOING BUSI- (ARE) DOING BUSI- Full charge book- lent benefit package.
NESS AS: commenced to trans- Instruct students in dents. Very competi-
Sale: Each unit held separately (sold as NESS AS: NESS AS: keeper QB exp. pref. Performs a variety
THE SPORTS ATTIC act business under basics of video pro- tive wages. Contact
whole unit). Buyer must pay with cash or WALK AND ROLL WEST COAST CNC 4yrs bk exp. Fax of assignments in
BAR AND GRILL the fictitious business duction. Knowledge Barbara 894-5201
cashier’s check. Buy to remove all items in ADVERTISING PRECISION Cover letter, res. & support of the City’s
108 Standley St name or names listed of FCC regs, basic
unit by 6:00 P.M. on day of sale. The sale is 15201 HWY 101 MACHINING wage req. 462-1543 Police Department
Ukiah, Ca 95482 above on May 31, lighting, sound and
to satisfy the undersigned lien, including rea- Hopland, CA 95449 355 Kunzler Ranch Caregiver for mental activities. Particular
Ronald Ray Madden 2006. Endorsed-Filed camera equipment;
sonable charges for notice, advertisements Mindy Blumann Road Ste. H health facility. Knowl- emphasis is placed
760 Canyon Ct. on May 31, 2006 at editing machines
and sale. Ukiah, Ca 95482 edge of Psych meds. on parking enforce-
Ukiah, CA 95482 the Mendocino Coun- 15201 HWY 101 and software. Re-
NAME UNIT# Jesse Lopez $8-$10 hr to start. ment, processing
This business is con- ty Clerks Office. Hopland, CA 95449 quires valid Calif.
Ann Jensen C-5 ducted by an Individ- /s Lisa Cesano This business is con-
7920 Oak Pond Ct.
Design. Subj Cred 467-0911 Come Join and maintaining
Shirley Hardy & Harry Hasting D-9 Redwood Valley, CA evidence and
ual. The registrant LISA CESANO ducted by an Individ- issued based upon CAREGIVERS & Our Team
Maria Andrade E-26 95470 property and taking
commenced to trans- ual. The registrant work exp. MA’S
Sherri Ornbaun H-2 This business is con- Mendocino County
Now accepting reports. Requires
act business under commenced to trans- Apply in person applications for
Ashley Feagan K-26 423-06 ducted by an Individ- Office of Education education equiva-
the fictitious business act business under 1343 S. Dora St. Casino Executive
Auctioneer ; Dave Pennington-Pennington 6-2,9,16,23/06 ual. The registrant For an application lent of completion
name or names listed FICTITIOUS the fictitious business commenced to trans- packet call 707-467- CAREGIVERS Chief of Security of the twelfth grade
Auctions 707-263-0341 Bond #302405 above on April 18, BUSINESS NAME name or names listed act business under 5012 or visit Private Home Health Table Games and a minimum of
451-06 2006. Endorsed-Filed STATEMENT above on June 15, the fictitious business www.mcoe.us/jobs Agency needs sup- Manager one year of work
6-16/06 on April 17, 2006 at File No.: 2006-F0389 2006. Endorsed-Filed name or names listed DEADLINE: 6/15/06 portive staff for devel- Coyote Valley experience in a
PUBLIC NOTICE the Mendocino Coun- THE FOLLOWING on June 15, 2006 at above on June 8, opmentally disabled Shodakai Casino public safety setting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the County ty Clerks Office. PERSON(S) IS the Mendocino Coun- 2006. Endorsed-Filed 2 FT Stylists at men. Exp. with elder 7751 N. State St. requiring public
of Mendocino and the Community Develop- /s Ronald Ray (ARE) DOING BUSI- ty Clerks Office. on June 8, 2006 at Headlines Hair care a plus. F/T, P/T, Redwood Valley contact skills.
ment Commission of Mendocino County will Madden NESS AS: /s Mindy Blumann the Mendocino Coun- Design 462-6000 avail. in Ukiah. $10- M-F 9-5 EOE Course work
conduct a public hearing on Friday, June 30, RONALD RAY SCOOTRZ DELI ty Clerks Office. $11 hr. + mi. CDL, 707-467-4752 in criminal justice
MINDY BLUMANN 2006-07 ROP Photo
2006, at 11 a.m. at Mendocino Works Em- MADDEN 2600 B, N. State St. /s Jesse Lopez auto ins., clean DMV is highly desirable.
454-06 JESSE LOPEZ
& good ref. a must.
ployment Resource Center, Conference 409-06 Ukiah, Ca 95482 City application
6/16,23,30,7/7/06 Appropriate Cred req.
Room 1, 631 South Orchard Avenue in Ukiah, 5/26,6/2,9,16/06 Despina V. Toll free required.
FICTITIOUS Closing Date: 6/26/06
CA, to discuss the Fiscal Year 2006 Com- FICTITIOUS Mougianis 1-877-964-2001 For application
BUSINESS NAME Lakeport Unif. School
munity Development Block Grant program BUSINESS NAME 425 Lovers Lane Case Manager contact the
STATEMENT Dist. 2508 Howard
and to solicit citizen input. STATEMENT Ukiah, CA 95482 working w/youth CITY OF
Maximum award limits include a total of File No.: 2006-F0373 This business is con- File No.: 2006-F0442 Lakeport, CA 95453
ages 16-19 in Come Join HEALDSBURG
THE FOLLOWING (707) 262-3000
$800,000 per year from the General and Eco- THE FOLLOWING ducted by an Individ-
PERSON(S) IS www:lakeport.k12.ca.us Transition housing Our Team Personnel Office
nomic Development Components combined. PERSON(S) IS ual. The registrant placement pro- 401 Grove Street
(ARE) DOING BUSI- www.edjoin.org EOE Now accepting
Up to $500,000 per application per year may (ARE) DOING BUSI- commenced to trans- gram. Creative Healdsburg, CA
ACCOUNTING applications for
be awarded from the General and Economic NESS AS: act business under NESS AS: challenging position 95448. Phone
Development Components. Grants up to MARIAH COUNTRY the fictitious business I.R.I.S. Ideal Retail w/supportive 707-431-3322.
for E Center locat- DAY SHIFT 7-3
$35,000 per year from the General Planning INNS & SUITES name or names listed Internet Sales clinical team. FT Deadline to apply
ed in Ukiah. Over- Coyote Valley
and Technical Assistance allocation and 763 N. Main St. above on May 31, 490 Milani Drive, w/bens. Must have 6/23/06.
sees all Fiscal op- Shodakai Casino
$35,000 per year for the Economic Develop- For t Bragg, CA 2006. Endorsed-Filed Ukiah, CA 95482 MA pref or BA in Find us on the
erations for $12M 7751 N. State St.
ment Planning and Technical Assistance allo- 95437 on May 31, 2006 at Christine Keri There’s no human svcs. w/exp. Redwood Valley
cation may be awarded and do not count to- Jagjit Sidhu the Mendocino Coun- Lapides non-profit agency; in related field. www.ci.healds
telling what Salar y based on M-F 9-5 EOE
ward the $800,000 cap. The Native American 1774 82nd Ave ty Clerks Office. 1200 Marina Drive Fingerprint clear- burg.ca.us.
experience; Full- 707-485-8723
allocation is available for eligible activities in Oakland, CA 94621 /s Despina V. Ukiah, CA 95482 you’ll dig ance req’d. Fax EOE/AA/ADA.
areas with concentrations of Native American This business is con- Mougianis time 40 hrs/week- resume to: Attn: HR
Amanda Joy Shaw
Indians not federally recognized as an Indian ducted by a General DESPINA V. 490 Milani Drive
up in the with benefits; bilin- 707-462-6994 or E Center’s Migrant CONST. LABORER
tribe or rancheria. The amount of Native Partnership. The MOUGIANIS gual (English/Span- Head Start Prgrm Concrete exp. a plus.
Ukiah,CA 95482 classifieds! mail to: Attn: HR
American funds available varies each year, registrants com- ish) preferred. in Kelseyville: Learn trade. Clean
This business is con- PO Box 422, Ukiah,
and a grant from this allocation does not menced to transact For more Associate Teacher- valid DL trans & drug
436-06 ducted by a General CA 95482. Lic.
count towards the $800,000 cap. business under the Great deals on items information & 40 hrs/wk split-shift; test mandatory.
6-9,16,23,30/06 #237000979. EOE
Partnership. The you need! application con- 90 day position; Wage DOE 462-4331
Major activity categories are Housing – New fictitious business FICTITIOUS
Construction, housing Acquisition, Housing-
registrants com- tact: P. Martin @ Class A Truck Driver $10.55 with poten- COUNSELOR
name or names listed BUSINESS NAME
menced to transact 410 Jones Street, for local yard at Amer tial up to $12.85; TAPESTRY
Rehabilitation, Community Facilities/Services, above on May 26, STATEMENT
business under the Ukiah, 468-0194 x Canyon familiar CDA credential or FAMILY
Public Works, Combo (Housing Rehabilitation 2006. Endorsed- File No.: 2006-F0418
fictitious business 111 Open until w/Oakland Ports Min Min 12 core units SERVICES
and Housing Acquisition) and Economic De- Filed on May 26, THE FOLLOWING ECE & 1 yr classrm
velopment. Projects funded with CDBG allo- 2006 at the Mendoci- PERSON(S) IS name or names listed
above on July 10,
Call Today filled. EOE Exp. 2 yr. Max 2 pts
exp; Bilingual is
cations must carry out at least one of three no County Clerks Of- (ARE) DOING BUSI- to work with chil-
National Objectives, as follows: benefit to fice. NESS AS: 2006. Endorsed- 468-3500 Accounting Mgr. 707-649-9200
preferred not re-
dren and families,
Targeted Income Group (TIG) persons, elimi- /s/Jagjit Sidhu CONTACT Filed on June 15, Mendo. Community in homes, commun-
Health Clinic. Inc. Spanish). Cook
nation of slums and blight, or meeting urgent JAGJIT SIDHU MORTGAGE 2006 at the Mendoci- CLASSIFIED Aide-25 hrs/wk ity and in and after-
community development needs.
The Community Development Commission
759 South State St.
Ukiah, CA 95482
no County Clerks Of-
Seeks a professional
w/Mngmt. exp. & CLERK $7.50 with potential
up to $9.13; High
school program in
and the County of Mendocino anticipate ap- ADOPTIONS & strong leadership AA, BA, MA or
FICTITIOUS Neece Investments /s/Christine Lapides school diploma or
plying for the maximum grant amount of FOSTER CARE skills. Actng. software Full-time, M-F 8-5. MSW & experience
BUSINESS NAME L.L.C. CHRISTINE GED; or 1-3 three
$800,000 under the General and True to Life Children's admin. skills req. Strong typing, with chilren in a
STATEMENT 9401 Laughlin Way LAPIDES mos. related exp.
Economic Development Components for Services seeks families. Pref. Great Plains. spelling and mental health or re-
File No.: 2006-F0390 Redwood Valley, CA /s/Amanda Shaw Reimbursement, training
&/or training; or
housing rehabilitation and Reser vation of $45k-$55k DOE. customer service habilitatiive setting.
THE FOLLOWING 95470 AMANDA SHAW & professional support equiv. comb of
Funds for small business loans and microen- Fax: 707-468-0793 skills. Sales educ and exp. Posi- $18-$21 per hour;
PERSON(S) IS This business is provided. 463-1100
terprise assistance as well as maximum grant firstname.lastname@example.org background helpful. tions must have depending on edu-
(ARE) DOING BUSI- conducted by a Lim- 420-06 #236800809
amount of $70,000 from the General and Benefits package valid CA driver’s li- cation and experi-
NESS AS: ited Liability Com- 6/2,9,16,23/06
Economic Development Planning and Techni-
cal Assistance Components.
pany. The registrants
commenced to trans-
Schat’s Bakery is
hiring for early, am
cense. More info
contact: M. Zamora
463-3300 for appli-
If you purchased Unit baking pos., Apply at health insurance, @ West Region Of- cation packet.
The purpose of the public hearing will be to TREASURES act business under STATEMENT #960 from C & M 113 W. Perkins St. 401K and more. fice, 39839 County Apply by 6/19/06.
give citizens an opportunity to make their 9155 N. State St. #13 the fictitious business File No.: 2006-F0388
comments known. If you are unable to Storage on 6-9-06 Banking Pick up Rd. 17A, Woodland
Redwood Valley, CA name or names listed THE FOLLOWING
attend the public hearing, you may direct writ- Please call 485-1179 Support Service application at 95695 (530)668- Disabled 17 year old
95470 above on January 1, PERSON(S) IS So we can buy back. Coordinator The Ukiah 4783. Final filing needs P/T personal
ten comments to the County of Mendocino, Diana L. Mucke 2006. Endorsed-Filed (ARE) DOING BUSI- Mendo Lake Credit Daily Journal date is 6/22/06, care. Starts @
Colleen Henderson, CDGB Administrator,
631 S. Orchard Avenue, Ukiah, California
95482 or you may telephone (707) 467-5589.
23964 Azalea Pl.
Willits, CA 95490
on June 7, 2006 at
the Mendocino Coun-
REALTY WORLD FI-
30 LOST &
Union has an im-
mediate opening for
590 S. State St.
Ukiah or Emil
5pm. EOE $12/hr. 744-1136
This business is con- ty Clerks Office. FOUND eyeglasses a Support Service
In addition, information may be obtained at NANCIAL resume to
ducted by an Individ- /s/William Neece 1.75 Silver black Coord. Qualified
the above address between the hours of 8:00 SERVICES udjpublisher@ 100
ual. The registrant WILLIAM NEECE frame. In mobile candidates must
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on weekdays. 350 East Gobbi pacific.net
commenced to trans- Owner
home park 462-0480 have 3 years pro- with minimum Kawi
The County of Mendocino promotes fair hous- act business under gressively responsi-
ing and makes all programs available to low the fictitious business
Ukiah, Ca 95482 FOUND: ble acctg./clerical
salary require- Place
Robert Raymond ment. No phone
and moderate income families regardless of name or names listed Green portfolio at exp. AA degree or
age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, above on May 31,
Hansen Friedman Bros. Con- equivalent exper.
sexual preference, marital status, or handi- 5440 Black Bart Trail req.. visa process- Must pass 459-7330
2006. Endorsed-Filed tains Position Re- preemployment
cap. Redwood Valley, CA ing-product knowl-
on May 31, 2006 at
the Mendocino Coun- 95470 ports possibly from edge. Good organi- drug test and back- HELP WANTED
San Francisco. zational, verbal, ground check
This business is con-
ty Clerks Office.
/s Diana L. Mucke ducted by an Individ- Fax 463-6938 written skills & a • Promotions Assistant
CNA’s F/T, P/T,
Sell It Fast DIANA L. MUCKE ual. The registrant with contact phone positive attitude.
We offer competi- days & PM’s.
• Director of Finance
commenced to trans- number.
With 422-06 act business under
tive salary, excel-
lent benefits, NO
Great working cond. • Marketing Manager
Lost Men’s Gold Apply in person
6/2,9,16,23/06 the fictitious business • IT System Administrator
Ukiah FICTITIOUS Read All name or names listed Wrist Watch En-
graved back Lost @
fun working envi-
a Valley View Skilled
• Casino Host
Daily BUSINESS NAME above on May 31, 1162 S.Dora, Ukiah
File No.: 2006-F0393
About It! 2006. Endorsed-Filed
on May 31, 2006 at
court house. Reward
No questions asked.
ronment & business
casual. Send or
Min 18 yrs old • Tech Manager
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OFFERED 300 APARTMENTS
UNFURNISHED 380 WANTED TO
Dental Front Office Medical – NURSING Support develop- Busy Bees Roommate wanted
LIKE Beverly Sanders
P/T w/room for Local medical office PROGRAM mentally disabled Housecleaning Property’ kitch, bth laundr y
growth. Ins. billing, CHILDREN? seeks energetic indi- SUPPORT in their own home. services inside & out. priv. Storage, garden
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Eve/wknds 485-1756 $300 OFF 1st DAILY JOURNAL
send to 1091 S. Dora
St. Ukiah, CA 95482
F/T 4 day week.
Star ting salar y
Excellent salary &
benefit package in-
F/T, all shifts &
in our van.
$9.40 per hour.
On call $9 per hour.
cludes medical, den-
tal, LTD, life insur-
ance and 401(k).
ASSISTANT wkends. Typing,
Tutoring. One on
$610 to $745
Korg I30 Arranger
Work Station. Excl 590 GARAGE
SALES 590 GARAGE
Starting $8 hr Qualifications: Supervisor II one instruc affordable cond.,xtra style discs. 340 El Rio Ct 6/17 8- FREE GARAGE
Pass medical and Please send resume skills a must. 1 OR 2 BED APTS. $550bo 459-9737 2 Clothes Boys-6up, SALE SIGNS.
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DRIVERS - Golden
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back- 573-6941, email to
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960 N. State St. 205 FINANCIAL
toys, lots of
Realty. 350 E. Gobbi
have valid Cal. mail to 3536 Mendo- Social Services Ukiah. BANKRUPTCY Beverly Sanders King size head Furn., appliances,
van or pickup cino Avenue, Suite is it for me? Realty 462-5198 board, 2 nite stands, Yard Sale Sat. Only toys, kids clothes,
Drivers license. Salary: TRUE TO LIFE
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morning small pack- MEDICAL, DENTAL, 95403 SERVICES consultation by phone! Clean 2bdrm. apts., 462-8466 Helen Ave. LOTS of 8050 Vineyard Oaks
age delivery routes VISION PKG. seeks 2 additional Atty Ed Dechant nice Westside neigh- baby & kid stuff, Dr. West Rd. exit.
Seeking a multi
based in Mendocino
County area. Earn
TSA Plan, paid holi-
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son to super vise
homes for Shelter
800-823-0600 borhood. Good cred-
it, N/S, no pets, Sec. 460 APPLIANCES couch, and misc. See signs.
Sat. & Sun. 8-12.
$10.00 per hour
plus mileage reim-
days & vacation,
paid training’s, on
90 days, pref. some
clerical staff, with
Applicants need to
have at least 1 spare
bdrm to house a child
8 O.K. $685-$800
Lg. GE fridge with top
frzr. Good cond.
Multi-Fam Yard Sale
Sat 8-1 Furn, books,
Huge Moving Sale
Hshld, outdoor items
bursement plus ad- duty meals. 90 Vending Machines ❤HEART of UKIAH ❤ $150 Brenda clothes, rototiller, furn, kid’s clothes Sat
DOE.Apply in person overall office coor- for up to 30 days. camping supplies,
ditional reimburse- FREE Co-op Day Absolute Goldmine LUXURY TOWNHOME 462-5781 only 8-3 1801 Deer-
or Fax: 707-468-0793 dination of adminis- Guaranteed monthly
ment based on local Care Provided Excl. Equip/ Locs. All 2bd2ba Avl. 7/15 10450 East Rd. wood Dr. Ukiah.
trative and opera- allotment. Generous USED
fuel cost. Benefits 333 Laws Ave. Ukiah for 10,995 Small pet OK. Redwood Vly
Apply: tional functions. increase upon place- APPLIANCES Large Back Yard
available including email@example.com (800) 440-7761
TRINITY YOUTH ment. Income tax-ex- 463-2973 Sale Fri & Sat 9-4
One year supervi- & FURNITURE. 241 Warren Dr.
health coverage and Medical- empt. Exp. with chil-
401K with Company
915 W. Church St.
LVN to work in busy
sor y experience.
For more info call
dren req. Parents will
receive training, + So-
Move in Special!
Lrg. 2 bd. 1ba. Lndry,
Guaranteed. 485-1216 Comp. Armoire,
wash. mach., books,
626 Grove Ave.
Call Steven Koller
or on line@
local cardiology prac-
tice. Excellent salary
cial Worker, in-home
support & respite.
1. Office Space-
School and Perkins
carport, storage, N/S
or N/P. Ref. $750+
glassware, Sat 9-3 LARGE-20 YRS. OF
www.mss.ca.gov Need 1 or 2-parent $330/mo. 2. Office Gas Dryer $100 3440 E/S Calpella Rd Sat. 8-3, Sun. 10-2
& benefit package sec. 462-5159
Local Class B, with Closes 6/30/06 homes, with 1 parent build. 915 sq ft, 3 offi- Love Seat w/new slip Off Lk Mendocino Dr. 775 Laughlin Wy RV
Exp. lumber truck includes medical, MOVE-IN
air endors.- Delivery home full time. Home cover-Free! Fri, Sat & Sun Next 3
driver. Class A Req. ces + recep. ADA SPECIAL!!! Moving Sat 8-12
driver, seasonal- F/T, dental, LTD, life in- Office Assistant/ with no more than 1 467-1469 weekends 10a-6p
Apply at 1117 biological child con- acc., 533 S. Main Sierra Sunset offers 1241 Incline Ct. (off
40 hrs/wk. $15 per surance and 401(k). Receptionist
Commerce Dr. Ukiah sidered. $1150/mo. 272-7388 2 bd. apts. w/pool & Huge estate sale. 505 N. Oak. Empire) Ukiah Pre-
hour 621-0300 Please fax resume to F/T position w/busy
F/T Cosmetologist (707) 573-6941, Retirees invited to laundry facilities, 2710 Deer lane Fri 1-6, Sat 9-12, Tbl. school supplies/ furn,
LVN/RN Prop. Mgt. firm. Must apply. Contact TLC 1000 Sq. Ft.
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Long Valley Health tail oriented, able to Lic#236800809 486 N. State.
Ukiah Victorian. 3536 Mendocino 468-0411 Sunday Starting supl. csh only. Multi-Family
Ctr. Days only. Bene- multi-task, knowledge 468-0179 9-5
Exp. stylist only. Ave, Suite 200 Santa Txt. book co. seeks 6/16/06 at 8 am. Yard Sale
fits. Wage neg. Call of office equip. & pro- Alert-Senior Center
462-1129 ext 204 Rosa, CA 95403 friendly self-starter Banquet Hall & Solid pine 3 in 1 crib Sat 9-3, 1729
Anne @ 984-6131 or
cedures. Benefit pkg.
avail. w/teaching exp.
Kitchen Ukiah Senior
Center 499 Leslie St.
$250, crib mattress
$50, Suburu cargo
Thrift Open Mon-Sat
10-4, Donations of
Applications avail. at: 2 bd. 351 Creekside, good quality furniture Sat & Sun 8-2 325
Advanced Field Serv- Alliance Inc. Realty World 462-4343 carrier $350, Sharp-
Maintenance Willits. Lndry rm. No only & volunteers Arlington Dr. Ukiah
ices seeks field reps Position: CEO Selzer Realty er image exercise
Associate VETERAN COMMERCIAL pets. Sml. bk yd. Ga- needed 462-4343 Misc. hshld items,
in the Lake & Mendo- Requirements: 300 E. Gobbi St. bike $100, all items
Busy Prop. Mgt. firm LEASE UKIAH rage. $800. 485-0841 baby stuff, Much etc.
cino County area to
seeks motivated, Bachelor’s Degree Ukiah, CA 95482 SERVICES 2030 Industry Rd.
are obo and rarely Big Yard Sale
complete a variety of and 4 yrs of progres- Optical dispensing, OFFICER used 391-5436. Multi Family Sat & Sun 8-4 743 B
dependable, individ- 1. 5000 Sq.Ft. Aprx. 2 bdrm w/gar H20 pd
residential insurance sively responsible F/T w/benefits. Vaca- Fri. & Sat. 9-3 El Rio St. Ukiah off
ual w/basic con- w/400 sf office $775/mo. $1075 dep. 2 Hyperlite Belmont
surveys. To apply: Administrative experi- ville, CA. Fax 707- Tools, Tools, & more Oak Manor. Clothes,
struction exp. for Mendocino 2. 5000 Sq. Ft. Aprx. W/D hook up. No wake boards.
www.afsweb.com ence in Marketing en- 448-1304 Incl. hand- Tools. Misc., clothes, toddler kid’s stuff etc.
F/T position. Must County 720 sq ft clean room sec.8. 463-2007 aft 6 $250 for 141, $200
Graveyard shift vironment. Master’s written cover incl. furn. Hsehold items. Sat. 8-12
have reliable vehicle Department of w/1500 sf office. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. frplc. for 140. 463-8308
WORKING with kids, Degree or equivalent long term goals. 505 Doolan Canyon 660 Malaga Dr.
& valid DL. Benefit Melanie 707-485-1328
D/W, Wtr & Sewer 2 Junior
small homelike envi- exp. preferred in mar- PACU/PRE-OP RN Social Services Dr. Crnr. of Helen. Off Despina. Toys,
pkg avail. Apply at pd. No pets. $1100 + Western Saddles.
ronment, good pay & keting, management, Per Diem Salary: $3803- COMMERCIAL Baby stuff, HP photo
Selzer Realty 300 $1100. 462-1396 $100 ea. Estate Sale 60 yrs of
benefits. Fax resume personnel, budget & OR RN $4623/Monthly. RESIDENTIAL & printer, misc. house-
E. Gobbi St., Ukiah 272-3287 collecting furn &
to 463-6957 analysis, contract FT, PT,PD Opportunity to man- OFFICE SPACE Avail now 2 bdrm hold. No earlies!
age the Veterans AVAILABLE ‘96 Golf Cart. Elec- hshld items. Don’t
HEAD COOK Maintenance mgmt, policy formula- Day shift No On-Call, w/W.D. hu. priv. yd.
Services Unit, pro- For recorded Listings, trict. Retractable full miss this one! Fri & Antiques, imports,
Apply by 6/23/06. Mechanics tion and implementa- No Wknds. gar. Clean! no dogs.
viding a variety of Call 462-1840 Ext. 195 rain cover & club cov- Sat 9-5 Laurel Dell Sat. June 17, 10-3
Potter Vly. School. Req. exc. trouble tion and purchasing. Ukiah Surgery Center $850/mo. 481-1206
services and pro- er. $1700. 459-6693 Mobile Park. 4930 Center Street behind
EOE 707-743-2101 shooting & preven- Must possess excel- 467-2120 GARDEN the Superette,
F/T Apply in person
tative maint. skills.
lent presentation, an-
alytical and commu-
Research firm seeks
grams for veterans
and their depend-
Spaces from 445sqft
Recycled latex, 5 gal.
West Hwy 20. 1 1/2
miles past La Trianon Hopland.
nication skills. Com- Mendocino County ents. Oversee com- #1-Quiet, upscale buckets, white, tan,
1162 S. Dora performs adjust- To 726sqft. & up
bination of education residents for focus plex ser vice sys- 270 S. Pine. w/side brown, gray. Tues-
ments to assure
tems and personnel
SPRING RENT days only, 8am to
Housekeeping pos., three high speed and experience will group in Ukiah. Sat. Bd suite +off/2 bths.
Tue-Sat, 32 hrs/wk, bottling lines start be considered. June 24, 9 am to 5 functions. Must be
a veteran and pos-
.90/sq.ft. 1st yr.
All appliances./gar. 2pm, 298 Plant Rd.,
Ukiah (behind animal
$10/hr, call Orr Hot up efficiently & con- Background in tour- pm. Receive $135 #2 -Spacious
tinue to run efficient-
ly throughout shift.
ic performs preven-
ism, food or wine
Licensed or not.
by VA as a Claim
ucation and experi-
2 bd/gar, frplc, fncd
N/S, N/P 468-9003
Persian Rugs, beau-
tiful quality, large col-
lection. Selling all,
We’re hiring now! ence. For further in- 3500 sq. ft. 1 bdrm plus gar &
RN, ICU, Full time & tative maint. on rate on Exp negotiable! Call now,
Offices in your area. fo call 707-463- shop on priv. ranch
per diem, 2 positions. three high speed Beneifts: 2 weeks Penny 707-823-1326
Will pay for your
RN, ER, per diem lines & support vacation, 10 holidays, 4261; Job Line 707- LEE KRAEMER all elect. $800/mo. SPA-Deluxe ‘06
license & give you
RN, Med/Surg, PT
RN Shift Sup/Med/
Surg, PT Days
equip. Req. 5 yrs
bkgrnd, ability to ef-
Health Ins. Stipend,
800-400-5391 ex. 958
463-5424 or web-
Real Estate Broker
1bd cottage down-
town Ukiah, no smok-
model. 30 jets.
Therapy seat. Never
used. Warr.Can del.
Occop. Ther, FT
cate w/all members
of the dept. con-
525 S. Main St. Suite
Round Table Pizza
Now hiring for eves &
wkends. Must be 18
ing, no pets, $750
first last & dep.
Wine Barrell Halves
for planters Freshly
or older. Apply in per- 2br.1.5ba. Pool. A/C.
Rad Tech, FT cerning safety is- E Ukiah, Ca 95482 Experience preferred 1Bd. House on Blue cut $10 each. Also
son between 1-4 @ No pets. Parking.
Radiology Clerk, sues, process im- but training provided Lakes: S/W/G pd. will be on the coast
292 S. State St. 217-2764, 462-1546
FT/per diem, 2 pos. provements & daily MOTOSPORTS in the treatment of N/dogs. $650/Mo. + 2X a month 462-
Pharmacy Tech, FT, OF UKIAH SALES CLERK. $700 dep. 275-3327 4917. Cel 367-2596
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cert. req. Parts Sales & Must be avail. eves.
verbal & written
Physical Ther.; FT
See David for app.
& wkends. Apply at
New Realse Video
$695/mo $695 dep.
Willits by Safeway
Avail 7-1 318-8117
2 country rentals.
2bd. mobile, 500 PETS &
1072 N. State elect. incl. $800. Australian Shepherd
Apply online team player, work 1850 N. State St.Ukiah
Computer and client
Mon.-Fri. 10am-5pm 2 bdrm 1bth 1bd. cottage by Puppies. Red-tris.
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or call 456-3101 shift changes. bussers, & kitchen, required. Some
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Legal Receptionist/ 24/7 emergency cooks & bartenders. receptionist duties.
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Local Business Flex 3bd.2ba. Close to 923-4999. Can email
hrs/wk. Must have when nec. Work Crushed Grape or apply to: 2 bdrm 1bth
hrs, E-Mail Req’d High School & Frank photos.
car & valid license both sched. & un- 13500 Hwy 101 Yokayo Veterinary $800/mo. N/P N/S
scheduled O.T. on Hopland 800-585-9024 ext Center Zeek. Avail. 7/1. 6+ mo. old purebred
Please call 462-1351 230 Observatory
short notice. NURSING - Vallejo 6520 2300 North State St., $1300/mo. 468-5758 neut. male Mala-
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Resumes to Fetzer Care Center has Security Guard/ Ukiah, CA 95482. mute. Free to good
Director Lakeport CUTE 1BD1BA
Vineyards, HR Event Staff. P/T to Attn to Darsey or 2 bdrm, 1 bth,$750 home. 462-6041
Skilled Nursing opening for RN (FT) Dr. Merritt. COTTAGE
This challenging Dept., PO Box 611, NOC, am/pm shifts. F/T. $7.00 hr. to start no pets, no sec. 8,
position is full-time Hopland, CA 95449 Must be able to show DOE. For more info. VOLUNTEER washer& dryer, w/
with On-Call duties.
Long term care ex-
fax (707) 744-7606.
proof of Nursing Lic &
CPR cert. MAIL ap-
call 888-211-2321. COORDINATOR
PT recruit & support
2bd. 1 ba $800
HUGE 4bd.2ba. 2 car
SCHNAUZERS 610 REC VEH
CAMPING 660 VANS
plication to 2000 volunteers, coordi- gar. Lrg. deck. W/D. 2 female $700 ea. 20’ Dutchman 1994 Ford Windstar ‘96
perience preferred NEW EXCITING 2 bd. TH $825 All elect. Smogged.
Frplc., pet neg. 1 male $600 Like new. Self cont.
but willing to train Tuolumne St., Valle- nate program activi- No Section 8.
POSITION WORK- $3000 dep. $2200/ 462-6719 Good ac & ht. Must 105k mi. AT. $3300.
the right individual. jo, CA 95489 or call ties. Flex. schedule. LEE KRAEMER
ING WITH KIDS mo.Avl. 8/1 456-9698 462-4939
Excellent salary. the Director of Nurs- Security Good benefits. PROPERTY MGMT see to appreciate.
6 wks pd vacation
Join our team of ing @ 707-644-7401 Ukiah Site $14/hr. Resume to L. 463-2134 Lg renov. 2bd 1bth, $5000. 485-7702 or Pontiac ‘98 Trans-
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health care profes- or fax resume Mon.-Fri. days Powers, 4825 Old next to Safeway, Gar, 485-7097 port Montana Van.
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sionals. Contact 707-644-1665 ●Prev. security exp. Redwood Hwy, Santa crpt, frnt and bck Fully equip. 123Kmi.
environment, good garage, $700/mo. no reg. 9wks old $400.
Barry Loflin, R.N. Presser needed will ●Supervisory exp. a+ Rosa., 95403 or fax fenced yrd.$1195 Well maint. Orig.
pay & benefits. Fax sec. 8, 6062 N. ea. 485-8991 1979 Ford
Director of Nursing. train. Health benes, ●Law enforcement/ 707-544-5477. 650-207-5335 owner, runs great.
resume to 463-6957. State St. 485-1562 Jack Russell Puppies motorhome.
Ph: (707) 263-6101, paid vac. Apply at military/832PC a Deadline June 23. 462-4346 ask for Lori
Open House Papered. Parents on Self cont. M/wve.
Fax: 263-6300 Norge Cleaners. plus!
Warehouse Staff 2
4 New luxury, 1 bd.
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410 S. Barnes, Ukiah
site, have shots.
1bd.+house. Very GMC 1991 2500
●Guard card training
warehouse mgr &
seeks HU. Full appl. Avail.
Cute. W. side. $825.
630 AUTO PARTS &
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Exp w/steel pref.
Wage DOE, Fax cov-
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216 Mason St. No 350 ROOMS
FOR RENT APPY. MARE 5, 15H
120 days pro. trng.,
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Was in mint cond.
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er letter resume & very flashy, sweet &
and more. 707-972-1294 Rob near hwy 101, $430 athletic. Exp. rdr. wheels & tires. Make
wage req, 463-1242 ~
$11-$14.00 per hour. lg bdrm. fem. pref. no $3,500. OBO offer. 462-1340
707-265-2865 625 N. STATE ST. pets, drugs, alch.
Winery Tasting PARK PLACE 485-1730 Toyota 1990 P/U
Fax: 707-258-8897 Cell 650-630-0172
SUMMER JOBS &
1 bd. $725-$775
2 bdr. $850 TH $950.
530 PASTURE &
FEED SUPPLY 650 4X4'S
Extra Cab, 4x4, V6,
New Tires & Front
personality with a Pool/garg. 462-5009 Certified Organic End w/ Tool Box.
BEYOND NOW!!! passion for wine. FAMILY Toyota Tacoma
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Must be able to work 1450 S.State St. RELOCATING Hay. 2 Wire Bales. 2003, 3.4 liter V6 5- $5200 OBO
Time. No experience all weekends, live w/o pets to area
NEW OWNERS $6. 621-2311 speed, Off-road 485-5389
needed. Experienced within an hour com- needs 3+ bdrm
Refurbished 2 bd. Package, low miles.
workers please apply mute of Anderson home in Ukiah or Potter Valley Clover
and new high school DW\Garage+pool grass hay 3 wire
Valley, Mendocino Rdwd Vly Star ting ~
grads and next year’s $850 mo. 463-2325
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Drug test required, Full time, permanent $3500 obo.
good DMV a plus.
Assist disabled in
position with health,
dental, paid vacation
Quiet Mendo College
student seeks 1 or FIND
391-8634 680 CARS
their home and on and profit sharing. 2bd in Ukiah on Aug. Ford Explorer 1996
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FOOD FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2006 – C-1
Great Bay Area chocolate makers reveal (some) secrets
By CATHERINE NASH than a chocolate shop. There 2004. "I want to produce a Venezuela and Ecuador. "The can buy a box from His bars are for sale at San
For The Oakland Tribune are no dainty china plates, local product that doesn't mouthfeel of this chocolate is Whitman's and six months Francisco's Fog City News,
The Bay Area has always gold boxes or cases brimming come from a factory," he extraordinary," he says. later, it's still good," he where owner Adam Smith
been ground zero for choco- with row upon row of bon- says. He is meticulous about Mischer eschews preserva- laments. The bars will last for praises the straightforward
late making. Companies such bons. In fact, there is very lit- ingredients, from the marzi- tives, and recommends eating 4 to 6 months if stored in a flavors. "It's like you've never
as Ghirardelli and E. Guittard tle chocolate on display. pan made of California- his filled chocolates within a cool place away from direct
make their home here. In On the counter, a dozen grown almonds to the week. "Most people think you sunlight. See CHOCOLATE, Page C-4
1996, Scharffen Berger ush- carefully arranged white Montmorency sour cherries
ered in the next generation of plates each model a single from Michigan. His latest
chocolate making, roasting chocolate confection; one is creation is filled with calva-
their own beans in small filled with tequila anejo, dos, a French apple brandy,
batches and popularizing bit- another with lavender and and he's tinkering with a bal-
tersweet chocolate. (The honey. Chocolate bars line samic vinegar filling. But his
Hershey Co. acquired the the opposite wall. Each of greatest coup was finding the
company last summer.) these miniature works of art single-bean Grand Cru
From exploring unique fla- is wrapped in see-through chocolate he uses.
vor combinations to a focus plastic to show off whole After a dizzying taste test,
on premium ingredients, a toasted hazelnuts or wide rib- Mischer selected a chocolate
handful of East Bay chocolate bons of coconut half-buried made from criollo, a cacao
experts are bringing a new in chocolate. Mischer makes bean so rare that it accounts
kind of chocolate experience each piece of chocolate him- for a mere 5 percent of the
to the Bay Area. self, up to 500 a day. world's production. Though
Michael Mischer's epony- A former pastry chef, he buys it from a Swiss man-
mous Grand Avenue store Mischer founded Michael ufacturer, the beans them-
looks more like an art gallery Mischer Chocolates in May selves are harvested in
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Neighbors are tired of mother’s melodrama
Dear Annie: We live in a close-knit neigh- and goodwill. If she mentions her daughter’s help. -- Ventura, Calif.
borhood. About 15 years ago, a family with a
small child and a preschooler moved in. From
the first week they arrived, the mother told us
ANNIE’S MAILBOX imminent death again, let it pass, lest she come
up with something new to gain your sympathy.
Dear Annie: I’ve been married to a wonder-
Dear Ventura: You could leave the mess
and insist that Rich clean it up, or you could
install a lock on the kitchen door and keep him
that “Doris,” the preschooler, wouldn’t live to
see her 4th birthday since her heart didn’t form
By Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar ful man for nearly 47 years. “Rich” is kind,
witty, responsible and marvelous company. We
out, but be realistic. He’s a great guy. You’ve
been married a long time. He’s a slob, but at
correctly. Of course we were concerned and have traveled widely and have many friends. least he cooks and makes his own midnight
offered to help in any way. We treated Doris as has told so many versions of misery and dis- What could possibly be the problem, you snacks without waking you up. No one’s per-
“special.” tress it’s unreal. We feel like we’ve been taken. might ask? Rich is the worst slob with food. fect. If you can find a way to turn the other
Doris is now 19 years old, and every year of What should we do? -- The Neighbors Rich prowls around the perfectly clean cheek to this aggravation, we think you should
her life, all we’ve heard is, “Doris will not live Dear Neighbors: Nothing. Doris could very kitchen late at night, and in the morning, there do it.
six more months, three more months, etc., etc.” well have been seriously ill at birth and only is a huge mess, with French dressing smeared Dear Annie: You’ve printed several letters
Her mother made her death seem imminent. If her mother’s care and effort has helped her live across the counters, mayonnaise and mustard
all over the tiles, and sugar and butter coating about body odor, but usually unmentioned, yet
she had a party for Doris, she would invite us this long. And, of course, it’s also quite possi- often very important, is flatulence. I’d like to
and ask us to bring several cooked dishes, plus ble that Doris’ mother simply craves attention the counter. His half-empty soft drink can is on
the table. It looks like we had some wild party. point out that flatulence is generally due to lac-
the meat. (She’d furnish the drinks.) After all, and she’s figured out this is a good way to get tose intolerance, the inability to digest complex
her hands were full caring for her deathly ill it. When he cooks, he fries most everything,
which adds a layer of splattered grease all over sugars in beans, excessive consumption of car-
child. If you had donated money to help with her bonated beverages, or certain nuts and other
We recently had a neighborhood cookout, daughter’s medical bills, it could constitute the stovetop. If he peels anything, the peelings
end up on the floor. foodstuffs. For those with this problem, if your
and this family didn’t attend, so the rest of us fraud and there would be legal repercussions.
Since all you’ve given her are cooked dishes, I have cajoled, begged, threatened and qui- family physician cannot help, make an
had a chance to discuss some of the stories appointment with a gastroenterologist. --
Doris’ mother has shared, and we realized she she’s only taken advantage of your emotions etly cleaned up. I have asked him to put news-
papers down before he cooks. I even suggested Biochemist
we buy a small motor home so he can use that Dear Biochemist: Thanks for the not-too-
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Chocolate since they offer lots of differ-
ent chocolates for you to
sample," he commented via
These should be approxi-
mately 1 inch in diameter.
Place cocoa powder in a
crazy. Remember, they're
called truffles because they're
supposed to look like real
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup flour
1 cup chopped nuts
Continued from Page C-1 email. "I tell people, 'don't Recipe courtesy of Chuck shallow bowl or pan. Roll the truffles • dark, a little lumpy, (optional)
really look too much at things Siegel, Charles Chocolates. truffles in cocoa powder to and mysterious.
tasted marzipan before this," like percentages, or origins. "Making a good bitter- coat. Sweet stuff: These truffles Set a rack in the middle of
Smith says of the marzipan Just taste and enjoy. What sweet truffle is very easy if Truffles may be stored for have a deep, rich chocolate the oven and preheat it to 325
truffle. "I never realized an tastes good to you is the best you understand just a few up to two weeks at a cool flavor, which is made espe- degrees.
almond could be that subtle." chocolate.'" basic rules," says Siegel. room temperature (55-65 cially deep by the coating of Line a 13-by-9-inch baking
Klassen and his three co- "First, your truffles will only degrees) in an airtight con- unsweetened cocoa. If you pan with aluminum foil, leav-
Chuck and founders agree, so they each be as good as the chocolate tainer. Chuck warns against don't like the bitter edge of ing a 2-inch overhang on the
the Chocolate Factory taste every single chocolate that you choose, so please use refrigerating or freezing the unsweetened cocoa, try using short edges to create "han-
In Emeryville, Chuck before putting it on the the best chocolate possible truffles as he feels it damages sweetened cocoa or confec- dles." Spray the foil with
Siegel stashes a sleeping bag shelves. Their varied palates for great results. Second, the texture of the creamy tioners' sugar instead. cooking spray and set aside.
in his 4,000-square foot mean there's something for make sure that you eat (or ganache. Flavor ideas: This is just a Melt chocolate and butter
kitchen for the occasional all- everyone. share) your truffles soon after Makes about 20 truffles. basic recipe for plain (but in a double boiler over sim-
nighter spent making choco- The house-blended hot making them. Truffles have a Nutrition could not be delicious) chocolate truffles. mering water. Remove from
late. In one corner, metal vats chocolates have proven very short shelf life, and are accurately calculated. Feel free to spike your the heat and stir in the sugar
keep up to 400 pounds of incredibly popular as a sweet- best eaten fresh." ganache with other flavors to until blended. Add the eggs
melted chocolate ready for er alternative for the coffee- Testing notes give the truffles even more and vanilla and stir. Stir in
use in handmade truffles, 1 pound bittersweet choco- Dirty job: Rolling the truf- punch. Before you put the the flour and nuts (if using).
house laptop crowd. late (Siegel recommends
confections and chocolate Bittersweet has plans to fles into balls is a messy job, warm ganache in the refriger- Pour into the prepared baking
bars. Each week, Siegel and either E. Guittard 72 percent so expect to get your hands ator consider stirring in any
expand their treats from the or El Rey 71 percent), finely dish.
his five full-time employees current selection of cupcakes covered in chocolate. (This is of the following: Bake for 30 minutes or
use more than 1,000 pounds chopped a great activity to do with • Grand Marnier and/or
and chocolate-dipped brown- 1 cup organic heavy cream until a toothpick inserted in
of couverture, the term for ies to include homemade truf- children.) orange zest. the center comes up with dry
professional-grade chocolate. or whipping cream (try to Chisel it: We found the • Mint extract.
fles. find cream that is not "Ultra- crumbs. Lift the brownies out
Siegel is a perfectionist. ganache too hard to scoop • Minced crystallized gin- of the pan by the aluminum
His aim is no less than "to Tempting truffles Pasteurized") when it came out of the ger.
1 whole vanilla bean foil handles and let cool
produce the world's finest A few blocks away, also on refrigerator, even after several • Framboise, or other rasp- before cutting.
chocolates." The house College Avenue, Lulu Rae 8 ounces unsweetened minutes of softening time on berry-flavored liqueur.
cocoa powder Makes 12 brownies.
chocolate, a 65 percent bitter- Confections carries upscale the counter. If you have a • Cinnamon and dried,
sweet, is made by blending Per serving (including 1
truffles from chocolatiers like microwave with a defrost ground, hot chiles.
couverture from several In a small saucepan over function you may try soften- cup walnuts): 375 Calories;
Leonidas, Michel Cluizel and 25g Fat; 5g Protein; 38g
chocolate manufacturers. But Vosges. Owner Shelley medium heat, bring the cream ing the ganache for just a few John's Favorite Brownies
he dismisses the current to a gentle boil. Remove from seconds (we did 10 seconds) Recipe courtesy of Scharffen Carbohydrate; 3g Dietary
Grubb's inspiration was the Fiber; 31mg Cholesterol;
obsession with chocolate per- European attitude toward heat. on the lowest setting. If you Berger.
centages as marketing hype. Split the vanilla bean open do this be very careful. Too In 1996, John 4mg Sodium.
chocolate. "In Europe, the
"Most people don't know high-end chocolates stores and scrape out the vanilla much heat will ruin your Scharffenberger and Robert
what it means, much less how seed into the cream and let ganache. Steinberg made their very Testing notes:
are always busy," she says. Thin or thick?: Using a 13-
it impacts taste," he says. "Here it's considered a luxu- steep for 10 minutes. The right tool: First we first batch of Scharffen
"My 65 percent bittersweet Bring the cream back to a tried using a melon baller to Berger chocolate. As a bean- by-9-inch pan makes the
ry." gentle boil over medium heat. to-bar chocolatier, their mis- brownies dense, luscious, and
chocolate has more chocolate Lebovitz, who lives in scoop the ganache. It made
liquor in it than most people's Pour the cream over the sense since we were trying to sion was to bring the a little bit thin. If you prefer
Paris, agrees. "Europeans finely chopped chocolate and European tradition of hand- thicker brownies, use an 8-by-
70 percent." The percentage don't have the love/hate rela- make small uniform balls of
reflects how much of the let sit for 5 minutes. chocolate. But we found it made, small-batch chocolate 8-inch pan and increase the
tionship with chocolate that Whisk the chocolate and production to America. Here cooking time to 45-47 min-
chocolate comes from the many Americans have. In difficult to quickly extract the
cacao bean, but the ratio of cream mixture together until ganache from the melon we've adapted brownies, an utes, or until a toothpick
chocolate liquor to cocoa but- France, no one ever turns very smooth. This is referred American classic, from John's inserted in the center comes
baller as we scooped. We
ter differs with each maker. down a chocolate." to as ganache. found a regular old teaspoon favorite recipe. out clean.
Siegel insists on organic, Grubb has brought that Refrigerate in an airtight to be much easier to use. Sweet tooth:
local ingredients. "We want pleasure principle to Oakland, container, for at least 5 hours Bumpy roads: Don't worry 6 ounces Scharffen Berger This recipe is perfect for
(the customer) to feel like complete with gilt-framed or overnight. about making perfectly round 70 percent Cacao Bittersweet the chocolate-lovers who like
they're eating a mint plant," blackboard menus, chande- Using a small melon baller spheres while rolling the truf- Chocolate, roughly chopped very sweet brownies. If you
he says about the mint truffle, liers and outdoor cafe tables. or a small teaspoon, scoop fles. Not only will you melt 3/4 cup unsalted butter, cut like your brownies a little less
made with fresh spearmint She offers a variety of hot small balls of ganache into the ganache down to nothing into chunks sweet, you can reduce the
from Jacobs Farm in nearby chocolate in the American your hand and roll until with the heat of your hands, 1 1/2 cups sugar amount of sugar to 1 1/4 cups
Pescadero and organic cream style (with milk) or European somewhat smooth and round. but you'll make yourself 3 eggs with good results.
from Straus Family Dairy in style (with water). Lulu Rae
Marin County. Charles also caters to a health-con-
Chocolates have no additives scious crowd with truffles by
or preservatives, and are Theo, the only organic bean-
shipped within 3 days of to-bonbon roaster in the
being made. country, and vegan selections
Texture is also critical. by San Francisco-based XOX
"Chocolate is supposed to be truffles, plus vegan cupcakes
smooth," he emphasizes. To and soy gelato. Sometimes
make the mocha java bar, For Grubb, the pleasure we can be pretty
Siegel sifts out the fine pow- doesn't stop with the choco-
der from chopped coffee late. "The most rewarding
beans before combining the thing is having the neighbor-
beans and chocolate. This hood come in and tell us
prevents the chocolate from they're glad we're here."
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sold together, & recreational rights to Walker year round creek, pasture fenced for
#13(4561 Sunny Crest) Lake. $365,000 CL4553 location. Live in one & rent the other.
Exceptional Commercial Property! ice and Clean
livestock, shop w/power & phone, perked, Terrific 2 Story Home Mobile in all age park. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, with
Competitively Priced. wooded, with interior drive. $625,000 CL4500 Good investment. $500,000 BB4487 Great investment opportunity. In a quiet neighborhood. Marble counters, tile
Dream Land nice landscaping. Co-op owned park. Need
3 bdrm., 2 bath, w/spacious family room. Kitchen/dinning #14(295 Antoni Lane) #15(1041 Riverside Drive) #16(5401 Boonville Road) Outstanding 6,000 sq ft building, floors, & oak cabinets in kitchen. Fire place board approval to occupy. $109,000 AC4569
room has plenty of storage. Master bedroom w/walk in 176 acres south facing w/year round outlet Your Own Amazing Views! insert in living room, seperate family room/den,
Manufactured home on foundation. A Stones Throw to the River. 357 Acre Mountaintop Retreat. creek, spring, many beautiful areas for a Spectacular 400 acres on the coast, 1.5 Great Investment centrally located in downtown Ukiah, covered porch & wonderful deck off dinig area.
closet & private bath. 2 car garage/shop w/built in home or to hike, end of the road, large rock Great Befinnings!
Oversized 2 car garage, above ground pool, fenced back Lovely 3 bdrm., 2 bath home on 3/4 acre landscaped lot. 3 bdrm cabin, 2 ponds, good spring, open oak forest to miles of ocean frontage. 2000 timber cruise & Extremely clean 36 unit complex in multi retail space, several offices & $575,000 GS/SS4541 Cute 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 1326 sq ft home in Upper
cabinets, storage shed, & RV parking w/power & out crop, wonderful mix of trees & open land, plan. Old growth Redwood, Douglas Fir
yard. Do not curb appraise. Nice back yard with gazebo A gardeners dream. Just painted inside and out, big deck deep forest, rock outcroppings & gentle open meadows. Willits. Excellent location across meeting rooms, building is in Hard to Find Lake. Oak floors, brick fireplace in living room,
water/sewer hookups. Owner may carry financing off grid, North of Willits. $485,000 CL4501 &Grand Fir, water, power, phone, &
play house. Country feel but ten minutes to town. from the park and fairgrounds. excellent condition. $999,000 3 bedroom., 2 bath in lovely senior park. Walk to tile counters in kitchen, large fenced back yard &
w/substantial down. Large lot w/room for possible 2nd w/hot tub, walk to the river, enjoy the area & great Views in all directions. End-of-the-road property. residence. Call for details. $7,500,000 patio. $269,900 GS/SS4556
$349,900 BB4534 Secluded Get Away BT4529 $3,900,000 JM4409 GS/SS4491 the river. Quite setting, owner leaving the area. A
unit. $324,000 RT4559 neighbors. $589,000 AC4574 $1,295,000 EK4550 40 acres 20 min from Hwy 101. Clean 2 must see. Call for appointment. $89,000 AC4566
bdrm., double wide manufactured home on a Beautiful Expanded Oak Manor Home
Open Space, Views, Trees Professionally remodeled w/new cabinets in the
large building pad. Interior network of trails & 2 creeks & springs. 482 acres zoned RL-160, Golden Opportunity! Great Investment Opportunity! One of a kind custom home!
roads, 10gpm developed spring, & view sites Terrific location, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, plus bonus kitchen. Huge master bedroom suite. Nicely
beautiful views, lovely valley rising up on all For someone looking for a fine dining Multi-Residential units in Hopland. landscaped both front & back. Property backs up
thru trees. Adjacent to 40 acres may be sold sides to ridgetop views, well-15gmp, easily room, sun-room/porch, tropical ambiance, paved
together. Recreation rights to Walker Lake. business. Equipment, liquor license, Includes a 2 bdrm., 1 bath house, a circular driveway, close to hospital, & schools, to the vineyards which provide privacy & a view
accessible, North of Redwood Valley, 35 that captures the changing season. $524,000
$395,000 CL4552 minutes from Ukiah. $900,000 CL4503 & business for sale. Turn key four plex w/studio & 3 one bdrm., 1 transportation close by. $365,000 1291AF.
In Nice, 2 acres JM4539
One of a kind - on Clearlake - Investors also - Two Georgeous Lots
opporation. Well known for over 40 bath units, plus 1 lot space. $3,500 New listing
great possibilities & opportunities. $475,000 One acre lots, views, perk being finalized. years. Present owners have ran the total gross rent per month. $550,000 Mountain top views. 2 bdrm., 2 bath mobile. New A Place to Call Home
1303AF well, one of a kind property. Private just outside Charming home in family neighborhood. Close
Excellent area, producing vineyard, in business for 15 years. Long lease GS/SS4502 to schools, features: hardwood floors, brick
7.5 Acres In Nice Redwood Valley. $269,000 each. RT4519 & of Willits. $420,000 1294MM.
#19(1570 Crane Terrace) Build your dream home or multi-family unit. availabel. $400,000 AC4560 fireplace, & nice carpet throughout. 500 sq ft
RT4520 great room, large redwood deck, nice yard &
When Only The Best Will Do! #20(9201 Gibson Lane) Endless opportunity. Must see! Go directly. Lake County Vacant Commercial Lot In Beautiful Redwood Valley
$450,000 1302AF Level lot in Nice. Water to property per Nice 3 bdrm, 2 bath double wide mobile home in all double garage. $429,000 AC4575
#17(1701 Hickory Court) #18(14800 White Rock Canyon Rd) Stunning 4 bdrm., 5 bath, 5,294 sq ft home. Gourmet Custom Farm House On the Beautiful Mendo. Coast Approximately 40,000 sqft lot age park. Open floor plan, w/tile floors in living
Water Company. Rare find. $30,000 1280AF Senior Park
Price Reduced & Immaculate! Great Recreational Property. kitchen, formal dining room, library, living room w/gas Rebuilt, w/oak & tile floors, farm style gourmet kitchen, Enjoy The Wilderness In historic Fort Bragg. This property surrounded by newer professional area, central heat plus wood burning stove.
160 acres borders Mendocino County Fenced yard, deck & carport. Low rent includes Lovely double wide. Owner leaving the area. 2
3 bedroom, 2 bath newer home in the very desirable New home in construction, 3 bdrm., 3 bath, borders fireplace, huge walk-in closet, glass block shower & horse set-up. 9.96 flat irrigated acres, fenced & cross New is known as the Surf Motel, a current buildings. High visibility location with bdrm., 2 bath, good location, close to shopping
National Forest near the Eel RIver, Terrific flat & usable property within City of water & garbage. $83,000 AC4489
eastern hills of Ukiah. Large yard, open floor plan, very National Forest, a great opportunity to live in nature & Jacuzzi tub. Sparkling inground pool, patio kitchen & fenced, pasture, 6 stall barn w/large hay barn, studio, 3 recreational camp w/shelter, large shop, Willits. Adjacent to paved road. $480,000 on going business. Sale price access to highway 101. $500,000 & medical. Reasonable rent. Vacant soon.
enjoy wildlife, trails in National Forest, riding, hiking,off 4gpm well & gravity fed water system, includes all of the items listed on the DR4516 Nice Home With Privacy $95,000 AC4562
nice master bedroom and bath. Only 5 minutes from garden area. Beautiful landscaped. A must see home! car garage & 12X36 ft. office, P.V. irrigation district, 3 GS/SS4527
road vihicles. Well, septic, & PG&E. $850,000 CL4547 abundant wild life, open meadow surrounded 10 minutes to downtown, Southern exposure
Ukiah. $649,000 TN4533 $2,000,000 GS/SS4573 wells, & under Williams Act. $1,295,000 GS/SS4570