Eagles open season today at home Saturday RELIGION Faith community news Sept. 10, 2011 ...................................Page 3 .............Page 6 INSIDE The Ukiah Mendocino County’s World briefly local newspaper ..........Page 2 7 58551 69301 50 cents 0 DAILY JOURNAL 12 pages, Volume 153 Number 142 Sunday: Partly sunny H 88º L 52º Monday: Mostly sunny; H 88º L 53º ukiahdailyjournal.com The heat was on for Friday night’s County workers Chili 13th annual set strike Cook-off SEIU half-day walk-out intended to send message to Board of Supervisors By TIFFANY REVELLE The Daily Journal The county’s largest employee bar- gaining group announced earlier this week its intention to strike for half a day on Monday in protest of what the union is calling unfair labor practice. The bargaining group, Service Employees International Union, Local 1021, represents about 700 county employees, and recently reached an agreement with the county for those workers to take a 10-percent pay cut by moving to a 36-hour, full- time work week. “Since that time, they have gone back,” said SEIU spokeswoman Nguyen Weeks. “They took that orig- inal proposal off the table.” Now, she says, the county has instead offered an ultimatum to the union members: accept a 15-percent pay cut or the represented employees will become permanent, part-time employees. Not so, according to Mendocino County CEO Carmel Angelo, whose office released a statement on behalf of the Board of Supervisors to its employees and the public regarding the negotiations. “They chose not to accept it,” Angelo said of the 36-hour work Sarah Baldik/The Daily Journal week proposal. Ukiah Brewing Company chili server Anastasia Beloshapko shows off the spicy brew at the The union was given until Sept. 2 annual Ukiah Chili Cook-Off Friday evening in Alex Thomas Plaza. Below left: Matt Wilson takes to accept the proposal, according to a bite of some spicy chili. At right: Coldwell Banker Mendo Realty employees Kelsi Ryan and Angelo, and had not by the close of Sally Tollini pose as zombies to go along with the company’s theme of Chili to Die For at this business that day. year’s Chili Cook-Off. The county’s memo to its employ- ees and the public says the county then sent a letter to the union detail- ing terms that had been discussed since August 2010 without success. The agreement would be good until Sept. 30, 2012, would cut mem- bers’ salaries by 15 percent, create a new retirement tier for new hires, modify language regarding on-the- job injuries and add language regard- ing inspection of personnel files and disciplinary action definitions. The offer is good until Monday at 5 p.m., according to the county memo. Rallies are scheduled to protest the action the Board of Supervisors could take after that point, according to Weeks. “The board has threatened to do whatever it wants after 5 p.m. on Monday, September 12,” a flier circu- lated to employees says. “We demand By TIFFANY REVELLE attire and enter a chili to compete “It was miserable when we were that the Board of Supervisors return The Daily Journal for bragging rights in several cate- setting up earlier.” to the table and bargain in good Granite Construction held its gories. All things considered, he thought faith.” 13th annual Chili Cook-Off Friday But the spices in the chilis the turnout at 6 p.m. -- before the The flier details an “unfair labor night in the Alex Thomas Plaza. weren’t the only source of heat at real crowds arrived -- “great,” say- practice protest” Monday at 12:50 Proceeds from the annual event Friday’s event, with a blazing high ing, “I think everybody looks for- p.m. (“10 to one,” as the local SEIU go to benefit the Boys and Girls of 108 degrees having cooled to 98 ward to it; it’s a big social event.” chapter often calls itself), when work- Club of Ukiah, which provides degrees by the time the cook-off The chilis ranged from mild to ers “will show our strength by ending after-school activities for children started at 6 p.m. hot enough to make the weather our work day (at that time).” at a low cost, including homework “If it cools down a lot of people seem cool. Three rallies are scheduled help. Every year, local businesses will come out,” Granite construc- Monday at Perkins and State streets form teams that each don themed tion manager Terry Richards said. See CHILI, Page 12 in Ukiah, at Babcock Park on See COUNTY, Page 12 Crime fears overshadow 9/11 memories on coast By FRANK HARTZELL early childhood. climb trees, and I just can’t do Fort Bragg Advocate-News Jamie Baxman, 19, was a ‘I like to go out in the woods, to hike around, even to climb trees, that now,” Baxman said. FORT BRAGG - As the second-grader when the and I just can’t do that now.’ Fellow student Emily nation prepares to remember planes hit the towers, she said Gansz, 21, was in the fourth Sept. 11, 2001, the local spree as she was leaving class at grade and remembers the of murders that started on CR. The television played all JAMIE BAXMAN, 19 events of the day. Any feelings Aug. 11 is at the forefront of day at school, shocking and from back then have been many local minds. horrifying the adults in a way replaced by disgust over the In visits to Fort Bragg High students had not seen before. munity members Jere Melo ple interviewed now find politics of post 9/11 for Gansz. School and College of the “I understood what was and Matt Coleman by a forest themselves looking over their “It’s been so misused and Redwoods, young people going on, but it was probably rifleman has gripped her, and shoulders when in any remote abused so often since then, the found three local murders in the reaction of the adults that others interviewed, with a new area and feeling unsafe and meaning has been destroyed,” less than a month much more had the most effect,” she said. level of fear. A third, unrelat- afraid like never before. frightening and palpable than By contrast, the August ed, murder was reported on “I like to go out in the disturbing memories from murders of prominent com- Monday. Several young peo- woods, to hike around, even to See 9/11, Page 12 2 – SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 2011 THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL sented by House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, The world briefly Obama made a full-throated appeal for public sup- port, punctuating his remarks with a sharp refrain: “Pass this bill!” “It will jump start an economy that has stalled,” Window Obama said, conceding that a nation stuck at 9.1 per- NY and Washington, aware of cent unemployment is no longer in recovery. potential al-Qaida threat on eve It was the first of many expected efforts by the president to rally public support for his program. The Tinting of 9/11 anniversary, but unafraid president and his advisers have made it clear that he WASHINGTON (AP) — Undaunted by talk of a intends to build pressure on lawmakers by empha- new terror threat, New Yorkers and Washingtonians sizing the urgency of acting on his proposals this fall wove among police armed with assault rifles and and making sure they are held accountable if nothing waited with varying degrees of patience at security passes. Next week he plans to go to Columbus, Ohio, SERVICE CENTER checkpoints Friday while intelligence officials a city represented by Republican congressmen and a 859 North State Street scrambled to nail down information on a possible al- state that is home to House Speaker John Boehner. Qaida strike timed to coincide with the 10th anniver- “I’m asking all of you to lift up your voices,” he 462-4472 15 MIN. OIL CHANGE sary of 9/11. said. “I want you to call, I want you to email, I want WINDSHIELD REPLACEMENT Counterterrorism officials have been working you to tweet, I want you to fax, I want you to visit, I & DETAILING around the clock to determine whether the threat is want you to Facebook, send a carrier pigeon, I want TIRES • BATTERIES FLUID SERVICES • A/C D. William Jewelers accurate, and extra security was put in place to pro- you to tell your congressperson the time for gridlock Pear Tree Center tect the people in the two cities that took the brunt of and games is over, the time for action is now.” 462-4636 the jetliner attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people at dwilliamjewelers.com the World Trade Center and the Pentagon a decade Libyans find mass grave, signs CORRECTIONS ago. It was the worst terror assault in the nation’s history, and al-Qaida has long dreamed of striking that detainees were shot at close The Ukiah Daily Journal reserves this again to mark the anniversary. But it could be weeks range by Gadhafi loyalists space to correct errors or before the intelligence community can say whether make clarifications to this particular threat is real. GALAA, Libya (AP) — In a grove of pine trees OBITUARY near this mountain village, residents have dug up the news articles. Security worker Eric Martinez wore a pin depict- Significant errors in ing the twin towers on his lapel as he headed to work remains of 35 bound and blindfolded men who they say were shot at close range by Moammar Gadhafi’s obituary notices or birth in lower Manhattan on Friday where he also worked announcements will 10 years ago when the towers came down. “If you’re military. Dozens of miles away, a search team has result in reprinting the going to be afraid, you’re just going to stay home,” entire article. Errors he said. exhumed the bodies of 18 detainees who died on a hot summer day while locked in a shipping contain- may be reported to the Mayor Michael Bloomberg, too, made a point of editor, 468-3526. taking the subway to City Hall. er by Gadhafi guards. Briefed on the threat Friday morning, President As Libyans cope with the aftermath of their six- month civil war, more evidence is emerging that loy- Barack Obama instructed his security team to take “all necessary precautions,” the White House said. alists of the former regime savagely abused and in LOTTERY NUMBERS Obama still plans to travel to New York on Sunday some cases killed detainees just before fleeing from advancing rebel troops. DAILY 3: night: 1-1- to mark the 10th anniversary with stops that day at 7; afternoon: 9-2-5 the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pa. DAILY 4: 2-2-4-9 Could water be moved from FANTASY 5: 05- On GOP turf, Obama pushes drenched East to drought 12-26-27-32 Ray Carl Morris, 73, better known as voters to pressure Congress to stricken Texas? Ideas abound DAILY DERBY: Dusty passed away 1st:12 Lucky Charms- pass his new jobs initiatives WASHINGTON (AP) — As the soggy East tries 2nd:10 Solid Gold- peacefully in his 3rd:6 Whirl Win, Race home August 21, RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — His sleeves rolled up to dry out from flooding and Texas prays for rain that Time: 1:47.02 2011. Ray is survived and his finger stabbing the air, President Barack doesn’t come, you might ask: Isn’t there some way to ship all that water from here to there? MEGA MILLIONS: by his sister Toni Obama pitched his newly unveiled jobs plan with campaign-style fervor Friday, urging Americans to It’s an idea that has tempted some, but reality gets 07-12-19-23-31, Burns, son Mike Mor- pressure their lawmakers to pass his $447 billion ini- in the way. Mega Ball: 45 ris, and daughter Re- tiative. “We’re tougher than these times,” he A Texas oilman once envisioned long pipelines na Morris, aunts Ter- declared. “We are bigger than the smallness of our carrying water to drought-stricken Texas cities, just ry Silva and Connie politics.” one of several untested fantasies of moving water Visit our web site at Balderston, nieces Venturing out of Washington to promote his ini- vast distances. Parched Las Vegas still wants to indi- Tiffany Breece and tiative, Obama’s first stop after addressing a joint rectly siphon off excess water from the overflowing ukiahdailyjournal.com Stacey Silva, and session of Congress Thursday was on the home turf Mississippi River. French engineers have simulated email us at nephew Tony Silva. of one of his top Republican antagonists. Speaking hauling an iceberg to barren Africa. There are even Ray was an avid at the University of Richmond, in the district repre- mega-trash bags to move heavy loads of water. email@example.com model airplane build- er and belonged to the local airplane club. Ray served his Fear about Europe, US drags Dow down 300 country in the Navy. He was a natural at everything he did. By DANIEL WAGNER and est drop in more than three my is “teetering on the verge of quarter of American compa- Ray had many FRANCESCA LEVY weeks. It closed at 10,992. The recession,” and the outcome in nies’ revenue comes from friends and enjoyed AP Business Writers average approached a 400-point Europe might determine which Europe, said Sam Stovall, chief spending time with NEW YORK — The prob- drop at some points in the after- way it goes, said Andrew investment strategist for S&P in his buddies from the lems that have weighed on noon. Goldberg, market strategist New York. model airplane club. investors all summer — “Markets always vacillate with J.P. Morgan Funds. “Maybe the market has There will be no fu- European debt and fear of a between fear and greed, and He said traders are latching already priced in a very, very neral services, but a new recession in the United today we’re coming down pret- onto any piece of news that soft spot, but it has not priced in quicksand — it has not priced memorial will be held States — hammered the stock ty much all on the fear side,” might signal a positive or nega- said Kim Caughey Forrest, tive outcome in Europe. in a recession,” he said. at the model airplane market Friday. The Dow Jones club. industrial average fell more equity research analyst at Fort Banks in Europe hold bonds Forrest, of Fort Pitt Capital, than 300 points. Pitt Capital Group. issued by nations deep in debt, said the sell-off had brought The plunge erased the The Standard & Poor’s 500 including Greece, Ireland and some stock prices “within buy- week’s gains for stocks and sent closed down 32, or 2.7 percent, Portugal, but investors don’t ing range.” She said traders Please sign the guest at 1,154. The Nasdaq composite know exactly how much each have few other places to invest, book at www.ukiahdai- the Dow below 11,000. It had lyjournal.com. not closed below that level is down 61, or 2.4 percent, at bank holds from each country. with Treasury yields near 2,468. All three indexes fin- The value of the bonds record lows and currency mar- Obituaries are paid since Aug. 22, after several announcements. For weeks of extraordinary volatili- ished down for the week. would quickly diminish if one kets gyrating because of fears information on how to ty. Investors drove the yield on of those nations defaults. Banks about the euro. place a paid obituary The European Central Bank the 10-year Treasury note to might stop lending to each other Markets in Europe also fell notice or make correc- said a top official, Juergen 1.92 percent, its lowest since because of fears that some sharply. France’s CAC 40 and tions to one please call the Federal Reserve Bank of St. would fail. Germany’s Dax fell about 4 our classified depart- Stark, was resigning almost percent. London’s FTSE lost Louis began keeping daily Stark’s departure was seen as ment at 468-3529. three years before the end of his records in 1962. The yield was “a bit of news that contributes more than 2 percent. term in 2014, revealing deep 1.99 percent a day earlier. to a worse outcome, so if you’re In the U.S., McDonald’s disagreement over how to solve Death notices are free Wall Street traders have thinking of being a seller, today Corp. stock fell 4 percent for Mendocino County economic problems in Europe. poured money into U.S. gov- that’s what you are,” Goldberg because of disappointing rev- Traders fear that one of the residents. Death notices ernment debt all summer, dri- said. enue. McDonald’s said that rev- are limited to name of continent’s heavily indebted ving the price up and the yield, The central bank’s troubles enue at restaurants open at least deceased, hometown, economies could default, an which moves in the opposite raise the stakes for a meeting 13 months rose 3.5 percent in age, date of death, event that would ripple through direction, down. this weekend of financial lead- August. Analysts expected 4.9 date, time, and place of the global banking system and Even after Congress narrow- ers from the world’s most percent. services and the funeral make it difficult for other ly met a deadline for raising the developed economies. Bank of America Corp. fell 3 home handling the European countries to borrow arrangements. For infor- limit on how much the govern- High volatility returned to percent after The Wall Street mation on how to place money. ment can borrow, barely avoid- the market Friday. One measure Journal reported that it might Such an outcome could tip a free death notice ing a default for the country, known as the VIX, which mea- cut up to 14 percent of its work please call our editorial the world economy back into investors think the U.S. govern- sures investors’ fears, increased force as part of a massive department at 468- recession. In the U.S., econom- ment can be counted on to pay 18 percent. restructuring. Bank of America 3500. ic growth is already slowing, its bills. Friday’s plunge extends a already has cut at least 6,000 and unemployment is stuck Word of the resignation of tough quarter for the stock mar- jobs this year. CEO Brian above 9 percent. Stark, the top economist at the ket. The S&P 500 is down 13 Moynihan announced a man- Friday was also the first ECB, came shortly after U.S. percent since the third quarter agement shake-up this week. The Journal chance for the markets to react after President Barack Obama markets opened. He was an started in July. However, it has VeriSign Inc., which man- Delivers! advocate for higher interest recovered almost 4 percent ages Internet domain names, presented Congress and the nation a $447 billion jobs pro- rates, and published reports said he left because he opposed the since its lowest close this year Aug. 8. fell 15 percent after its chief financial officer resigned. To gram. It is not clear to traders bank’s extensive purchases of Analysts say stocks are like- Specialty glass maker Corning Subscribe that the plan will get through a debt issued by European coun- ly to fall further as the crisis in Inc. fell 6 percent a day after it bitterly divided Congress. tries. Europe goes on. A shrinking said it expected to sell less glass call: The Dow finished down 304 points, or 2.7 percent, its steep- Stark’s departure rattled traders because the U.S. econo- European economy would hurt the U.S. because roughly a for LCD TVs than originally forecast. 468-3533 Main Office ...........468-3500 Circulation.................468-3533 How to reach us Mon-Fri .................8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Sat-Sun............................Closed Mon-Fri ................ 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Switchboard...............................................468-3500 Kelly Hancock - Community/Education/Art...468-3520 Yvonne Bell - Office Manager......................468-3506 Circulation.................................................468-3533 Justine Frederiksen - City Government......468-3521 Newspaper In Education Services..............468-3533 Legal/Classified Advertising......468-3519, 468-3511 Tiffany Revelle - County Government.........468-3523 UDJ Web site..........................ukiahdailyjournal.com ©2011, MediaNews Group. 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Frank 707-376-5050; Sunday worship 8:30 am; Sunday School: Congregation. Sunday worship is 11:00. and 4th Friday evening of every month at our Epperson. Associate Pastor, Fr. David Villalobos. 9:30 am (Sept thru May); Communion 1st and 3rd Adult Bible Study before worship begin- shul, on West Rd. in Redwood Valley, next to Weekend Mass assistance, Fr. Norm Ruffing. Mass Sundays of the month. Church is located at 6251 Third St. ning at 9:45. We celebrate Communion at Eagle Peak Middle School. Join us also for Schedule: Saturday, 5:00pm (English), 7:00pm (Español). in Calpella. For more info visit our website: the Lord’s Table each Sunday. Our Table is annual cycle of Jewish holiday observances, Sunday, 9:00am (English), 11:30am (Español). Monday- an open table and all are welcome to youth education and activities, film series, social Friday: 7:15am. Reconciliation: Saturday from 6:00pm- www.ukiahlutheran.org share with us. 140 N. Spring Street. justice commitments. For information, call 468-4536. 6:45pm (Englishand Spanish), or by appointment. Please Pastor Cherie Marckx. Phone: 462-5830. call the parish for Holy Day Schedule at 462-1431 ASSEMBLY OF GOD: Pastor David Cetani; Sunday www.fccofukiah.com NEW LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCH: (An School, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Evangelical Free Church): You are invited to join us at SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST: We welcome all to join us Wednesday Family Night, 7 p.m. Church is located at 395 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST (CHRI- our contemporary, reverent worship service Saturday mornings as we seek to uplift Jesus Christ and N. Barnes St.; 468-1468. www.ukiahag.org STIAN SCIENCE): This church was founded by Mary Sunday at 9:30 am. Children will be invited invite you to experience a personal relationship with Him. Baker Eddy, a recognized leader of religious thought in the to participate in Children’s Church and a Senior Pastor Paul Hawks and Associate Pastor Jimmy CALVARY BAPTIST: Pastor David Donnell, Sunday late 1890’s. Mrs. Eddy was devoted to Christ Jesus’ teach- Nursery is provided. Opportunities for Painter lead our congregation. Services in Spanish are led morning services: 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.; Sunday ings and her study of his work led to her discovery of the children, youth, and adults are available by Wilbert Martin. The church is located at School 9:45 a.m.; Associate Pastor Aaron Donnell evening science of the Christ that lay behind the master’s healings. during the week. Our church is located 1390 Laurel Avenue (462-5455) in Ukiah. service 6:00 p.m.; Ladies Bible Study, Monday 1- 2pm; We hold Sunday school and church services on Sunday at at 750 Yosemite Drive (behind Burger King); phone Saturday services begin with SonRise mid-week prayer Wednesday, 6 p.m. Church is located at 10AM and Wednesday evening meetings at 7:30. The pub- 468-9251 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Fellowship at 8:20 to 9:15, followed by 465 Luce Ave., call 462-5638. Office hours Tuesday- lic is always welcome at these services. Visit us on line at Sabbath School from 9:30 to 10:40. Friday 10a.m. - 2p.m. Spirituality. com or e-mail us at email@example.com for Children’s programs are provided for chil- POTTER VALLEY BIBLE CHURCH: Pastor Tony dren of all ages. The main Worship all information regarding the church services. Arnds. Sunday School, 9:45a.m.; Worship Service, Service begins at 10:55 to 12:15. On CALVARY CHAPEL OF UKIAH: Pastor Les Boek; 11:00a.m.; Wednesday Bible Study, 7:00p.m. 10501 Main Wednesdays there is a mid week Bible FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: Pastor Sherry Budke and Sunday morning service 10AM. Wednesday night bible Associate Pastor Kelsey Ingalls. Are you looking for a St., Potter Valley, CA 95469. 743-1598 Study at 7:00 PM. For more informa- study at the church. 1045 S. State St., Ukiah; For more church home where you can be nurtured in faith, a safe tion visit our website at ukiah.adventistfaith.org. For infor- information. Call 485-1002. Listen to C.S.N at 88.1 FM. haven where you can heal from your hurts, a welcoming REDWOOD VALLEY COMMUNITY CHURCH Sr. mation about Christian education at Ukiah Junior Academy forum where you can explore who Jesus is? We desire to Pastor Kevin McDougall; Youth Pastor Justin Talso; visit myuja.org. CHURCH OF CHRIST: 25 Norgard Ln. Welcome to a share Christ’s love and truth with all people. Everyone is Worship Services at 8:30 & 11:00a.m.; Sunday School for Bible based church that worships the Lord Jesus in the 1st Welcome! Sundays: 10am: Worship Celebration (nursery all ages, 9:45a.m. Sr. High youth group Wednesday, 7:00- ST. PETER EASTERN CATHOLIC CHURCH 190 Orr Century Christian way! Please join us: Sunday 10 AM: available) and fun, safe programs offered for ages 0-5th 9:00p.m.; Jr. High Youth group Thursday, 6:30-8:30p.m.; Street, Ukiah (at the corner of Orr and Brush streets). Pastor Fr. David Anderson. Schedule of Services: Saturday: Great Bible study and classes; Sunday 11 AM: Sermon and grades. Jr./Sr. High Youth Group meets on Sundays at 7pm College/Career, Sunday 7:00p.m.; Women’s Bible Study, Vespers 5:30pm; Sunday: Matins- 7:30 am; Divine Liturgy- Lord’s Supper; Wednesday 6 PM: Private Home Bible at the church. Adult Small Groups and Bible Studies during Wednesday, 9:45 a.m. and Thursday, 6:30 p.m.; Men’s 9:00 am. For information about weekday services, please Study available - your home or ours. Phone: 462-5678 the week. 468-9235. www.fpcukiah.org Ministry small groups meet at 6:30p.m. Thursday; Adult call Fr. David at 468-4348, or stop by the church for a Home Bible Study’s meet at varying times through the printed schedule. CROSSROADS CHRISTIAN CHURCH: GRACE LUTHERAN (ELCA): Pastor Keith Miller. week. Church is located at 951 School Way, Redwood Those seeking answers to today’s questions Celebrating our extraordinary God! Sunday services: Valley; 485-8541, website: www.rvcchurch.net THE RIVER FOURSQUARE CHURCH- We are here to are invited to come and experience Worship Service at 8:30am. Supervised nursery at both connect the hurting to the Healer! Come join us in a relaxed services. Fully accessible. Youth groups, bible study, small REDWOOD VALLEY ASSEMBLY OF GOD 7700 atmosphere of worship and Bible teaching with Pastor Lonnie God’s presence and realize His purpose groups, service, and outreach. 200 Wabash Ave., one block East Rd. Redwood Valley. We offer a dynamic youth and Curtis each Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. or Saturday evenings for life through relevant Bible preaching by west of the airport. site:www.gracelutheranukiah.com or Pastor Joe Fry. We meet in the Ukiah Valley children’s program, as well as activities for women and at 6:00 p.m. Childcare for children 0-11 is provided on call 462-7795. Sundays. You can also join us for our Mid-week prayer service Conference Center at 200 South School Street. men, including bible studies, fun events, and fellowship. on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. (limited childcare). We are Worship service at 10:30 a.m. with nursery and HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH: The Reverand We guarantee that no matter where you are in life, there is located at 195 Low Gap Road in Ukiah and hope to see you children’s classes. An awesome youth group meets Bill Adams. Services at 8:00 a.m. and 10 a.m. a place for you here! Service Times: Sunday 10 am, soon! For more information call 462-7766. Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Trinity Baptist Church on South Sundays, Holy Eucharist at both services Wednesday 7 pm with youth programs and an interactive Dora. Reach us at 467-8400. Check us out at our web site: every Sunday. Morning Prayer Wednesdays Bible study. We look forward to meeting you! Pastor UKIAH BIBLE CHURCH: We invite anyone who longs crossroads-ukiah.org. 10 a.m. All are welcome. The church is Zach Pyzer. for a deeper understanding of God through His located at 640 S. Orchard Avenue, next to the Word; taught by Pastor Dr. Richard S. Oliver. ECKANKAR - RELIGION OF THE DMV. For information: 462-8042 or CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL LIVING: Welcome home Adult and Children’s Sunday School, and LIGHT AND SOUND OF GOD: firstname.lastname@example.org to a loving community that provides Fellowship Groups meet at 9:00 a.m. (nur- spiritual tools to transform our per- sery is provided), Worship Service Introductory Talks, Book Discussions, ECK IGLESIA CRISTIANA REY DE REYES: Pastor Saul sonal lives and make the world a begins at 10:15 a.m. nursery care and Worship Services and Satsang. Public wel- Children’s Church are available dur- come. FREE book available. For more info Ramirez. Celebramos nuestro primer aniversario, domingo better place. We actively encour- el 11 de septiembre, 2011. Estan invitados todos. Servicio y age a way of life that honors all ing the worship service. Bible studies please call 707-456-9934, or visit our web site at comida espiritual y cena despues. Estan invitados todos a available during the week. The church www.eckankar.org paths to God. We are an open spiritual community that is located at 2140 Arroyo Rd. (Deerwood), Ukiah. For infor- las 12:30 pm en la iglesia Trinity, 900 calle Dora sur, enables people to define and live with a personal relation- esquina de Luce. Le esperamos los otros domingos a las mation please call the church office at 462-0151 or visit our FAITH LUTHERAN (LC-MS) - 560 Park Blvd., Ukiah - ship with God. Come join us and our spiritual leader, website at www.ukiahbiblechurch.org 9:00 am detras de Trinity Baptist, siga los anuncios. Le Rev. Dr. Candice Becket, for our Celebration Service Rev. M.L. Schulz. Divine Service 9:00 a.m. Bible Study invitamos a que nos visite, gocese con nosotros. Clases de 10:30 a.m. Midweek Bible Study, Wed. 10:00 a.m. For beginning at 10:30 every Sunday. We have a Youth UNITED METHODIST: Please join us for worship at 10 am. ingles gratis los domingos 11:00 a 1:00. Los miercoles 6:00 more information call 462-2618. (Next to Todd Park, Program at the same time. The Center is located at 741 Childcare and Sunday School every Sunday morning. Weekly pm estudios Biblicos. Estudiamos la vida de Moises.Estan Anton Stadium & Golf Course) invitados todos. Mas informacion: Telefono: 489-9444. South Oak Street, Ukiah. 707-462-3564 activities include: Youth Group, Adult Small Group, outreach www.cslukiah.org and service opportunities, and Bible Study. All are welcome. Call 462-3360 for more information or visit our website: FIRST BAPTIST: 300 W. Smith Street, Ukiah (corner of www.ukiahumc.org RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS (QUAKERS): Smith and Oak Streets). Dennis Beatty, Senior Pastor, Meet for unprogrammed (silent) worship Sundays, 10:30 Daniel Huskey, Youth Pastor, Graham MacMillian, Music UNITY OF UKIAH: Gina Scott, Spiritual Leader; Sunday am, Plowshares Community Room, 1346 S. State St., Ukiah. Director. Worship Times are Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and 10:50 Meditation 10:00 a.m.; Sunday Worship Service 10:30 a.m.; All are welcome. For more info call: 467-9160 Refreshments to follow. Church is located at 321 North a.m. Sunday School for all ages at 9:30 a.m. For more information contact us at 462-2779 or email@example.com Bush Street; 462-4061. All are welcome! IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO INCLUDE YOUR CHURCH OR MINISTRY IN OUR FAITH DIRECTORY CALL OUR CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT AT 468-3519 FOR RATES AND INFORMATION. RELIGION BRIEFS Calvary Baptist dren and Jerry Hadley and Diane Pauli teach- Redwood Valley Community ing the younger children. This Sunday, Sept. 11 in both the 8:30 and Grace Lutheran is located at 200 Wabash, Church 11 a.m. worship services Pastor Donnell’s between State St. and Dora. All are welcome. message is entitled “A Kings Welcome” taken Services are at 8:30 and 11 a.m. There is Sunday School for all ages from 9:45 to 10:45 from John 12:12-22. The Ordinance of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church a.m. Believers Baptism will be observed during the 11 a.m. service. Child care is provided for both services as Please join us this Sunday, Sept. 11, for ser- well as Sunday School. During the 6 p.m. service there will be vices. The Reverend Bill Adams will preach happy singing of gospel songs and a message and serve as celebrant for both services, which The youth Sunday School class, “Sunday from the word by Pastor Donnell, he will be will include special prayers and remembrances Morning Live”, is led by Associate Pastor speaking from John 16:7-15. The message is for all impacted by the attacks of 9-11. Justin Talso. entitled “Holy Spirit, Part III” Everyone is welcome. Celebrate Recovery Women’s Step Study Sunday School classes are for every age The 8 a.m. service is spoken without music. meets on Sundays at 5 p.m., in the Social Hall. group including a nursery during the Sunday The 10 a.m. service is a blended service of tra- Celebrate Recovery Open Share group for School hour (9:45 – 10:45 a.m.). Children’s ditional and contemporary music with Kathy women meets on Sunday at 4 p.m., in the Church under the direction of Dorothy Allan playing hymns on the organ and Kathy social hall. This group uses the Life Recovery Donnell is in session during the 11 a.m. ser- Adams and Jim Chapman playing songs on the Bible. Please call the church at 485-8541 for vice weekly except for the first Sunday of the guitar. more information. month where children stay with their family There will be a Rite I service of morning Encounter High School Youth Group and for Communion. prayer at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 14, led Growing U Junior High Youth Group meet On Saturdays at 7 a.m., there is a Men’s by Christopher Eriksen. Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m. Bible Study in the Fellowship Hall under the Members of the greater community as well The Men’s Bible Study meets on Thursday direction of Donnie Harpe. as the parish family are always welcome to at 7 p.m. in the church library. Celebrate Recovery: Calvary Baptist visit with the Rev. Bill Adams on Thursday There are various Women’s Bible Studies Church, invites everyone to come and join us during his office hours from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. offered throughout the week. Please call the Friday evenings at 6 p.m. The evening will The church is located at 640 South Orchard church office at 485-8541 for more informa- start with dinner at 6 p.m., followed by large Avenue, Ukiah, next to DMV. Need more tion. group at 7 p.m. with Christian Worship Music information? Call 462-8042 or visit the church Visit our website at rvcchurch.net or on then Open Share at 8 p.m. The evening will website at http://www.holytrinityukiah.org. Facebook for more information about end with Solid Rock Café’ at 9 p.m. Celebrate Redwood Valley Community Church. Recovery is a 12 step Christian Program to help you heal from your hurts, habits, and Hispanic Christian Church, Rey hang ups. For more information about this pro- De Reyes (King of Kings) gram please contact Phil Francis at 489-2661. Ukiah Bible Church Information regarding any of these services Pastor Saul Ramirez and Rey de Reyes is available by calling 462-5638. Office hours Church will be celebrating the completion of Worship service begins at 10:15 a.m., are Tuesday through Friday mornings 10 a.m.- their first year with a special worship service Sunday School at 9 a.m. Adult Sunday School 2 p.m.. The church is located at 465 Luce Ave. including a guest speaker in Spanish in the will study the “Essential Truths of the Trinity Church sanctuary on Sunday, Sept. 11 Christian Faith,” (revelation, the nature and Grace Lutheran Church at 12:30 p.m. followed by a dinner. The attributes of God, the works and decrees of Spanish speaking community is invited. This God, Jesus Christ, the holy spirit, human Our regular worship schedule has resumed, one, time change, will take the place of the beings and the fall, salvation, the church and with Holy Communion offered at our later ser- regular Sunday 9 a.m. worship service fol- sacraments, spirituality and living in this age, vice at 10:45 a.m., with Pastor Keith Miller lowed by coffee and greeting time at 900 end times) by R. C. Sproul— taught by Pastor leading the service and Jeanne Yttreness pro- South Dora at the corner of Luce. Rey de Richard Oliver. viding the childrens’ message. Frank Noyd Reyes Church will continue to offer free Children’s Sunday School is at 9 a.m., will assist Pastor Miller at the 8:15 a.m. ser- English classes each Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 Fellowship Group is also at 9 a.m. vice with traditional music. Cheryl Johnson p.m. beginning Sept. 18. Bible Study in Child care is available. The church is locat- will read scripture. At 9:30 a.m. Sunday Spanish continues each Wednesday at 6 p.m., ed at 2140 Arroyo Road (Deerwood). For more School for all ages -- 3 through adults --is now studying Moses life. New participants are information please call the church office at offered, with John Strittmatter the adult welcome. For more information: In Spanish 462-0151 or website at www.ukiah- teacher, Jeanne Yttreness with the older chil- 463-0446 and in English 263-5534. biblechurch.org. 4 – SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 2011 FORUM Editor: K.C. Meadows, 468-3526 The Ukiah Daily Journal firstname.lastname@example.org York, and Florida legislatures Letters from our readers asked their schools to offer daily vegetarian options, and most U.S. Insist on health school districts now do. The Baltimore public school system To the Editor: offers its 80,000 students a com- With the start of a new school plete weekly break from meat. year, parents‚ attention is turning Last December, President to school clothes, supplies, and Obama signed the Healthy, lunches. Yes, school lunches. Hunger-Free Kids Act to replace Traditionally, USDA had used junk food in school lunches and the National School Lunch vending machines with more Program as a dumping ground for healthful options. In January, the surplus meat and dairy commodi- USDA announced the first new ties. Not surprisingly, 90 percent school lunch guidelines in 15 of American children consume years. excessive amounts of fat, only 15 Parents should continue to percent eat recommended servings insist on healthful plant-based of fruits and vegetables, and one- school meals, snacks, and vending third have become overweight or machine items. They can consult obese. Their early dietary flaws www.vrg.org/family, become lifelong addictions, rais- www.healthyschoollunches.org, ing their risk of diabetes, heart and www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/. disease, and stroke. Bruce Uradomo But the tide is turning. In recent Ukiah years, Hawaii, California, New Sweet land BY NAT of liberty HENTOFF Seeing through Raul Castro Among the bravest and most persistent protesters against dicta- torial regimes have been, for years, formed Castro state security thugs. One of them, Sara Marta Fonseca -- a member of Cuba’s California focus TOM ELIAS the Ladies in White of Cuba. With Rosa Parks Feminist Movement Fidel presumably sidelined, his brother Raul carries on the brutish family tradition of crushing dis- sent, as seen in his attacks against for Civil Rights -- in a telephone interview with Diario de Cuba, a Spain-based online newspaper, said she was pleased with the Here’s what’s coming this non-violent group. Ladies in White members are comprised of relatives of caged political prisoners, as well as results of her arrest “because she heard the crowd crying ‘abuser, leave them alone, they are peaceful and they are telling the truth.’” in ballot initiatives unyielding Cuban human rights Fonseca explained: “I am very Trying to predict the hottest campaigns That generic anti-tax argument doesn’t activists. For an ongoing account happy because in spite of being over California initiatives many months in apply significantly to an oil severance of what they have to endure while beaten and dragged, we could see advance is a bit like reading tea leaves. levy, mostly because oil companies usual- much of the world -- including that the people were ready to join But there are some exceptions this sum- ly lump the taxes they pay into their over- America -- now largely ignores the us.” mer: all expenses, and charge them to their cus- victims of this ruthless However, she does admit: The attempt by Amazon.com to reverse tomers worldwide, a practice that won’t “Revolution,? read the account “Realistically, we do not have the a legislative decision compelling Internet change if this measure wins, even though below: strength and the power to defeat companies to collect sales taxes is already it specifically bans pass-throughs of the On Aug. 7, 20 Ladies in White the dictatorship. The strength and a major fight. And there is no doubt the severance levy to refiners, gas stations or bearing flowers (never weapons) the power are to be found in the battle over a nascent ballot measure to consumers. began their march on the streets of unity of the people. In this we put impose severance taxes on oil drilled in The bite from the proposed 15 percent the city of Santiago de Cuba after all our faith, in that this people will California will be a costly donnybrook, levy on the value of each barrel of oil leaving its cathedral. cross the barrier of fear and join with conflicting TV commercials airing extracted from beneath California lands or Government-organized mobs the opposition to reclaim free- almost from the moment the initiative waters would amount to no more than a battered the women and pushed dom.” qualifies. Volunteers and paid petition cir- small fraction of a penny per gallon when them into buses headed for an These Cuban forces of freedom, culators have been collecting voter signa- applied to the worldwide sales of compa- unknown destination. More of however, will continue to get no tures since mid-May and will need to turn nies like Chevron and Shell. So these hoodlums, also assembled by support from, gosh, the American in 504,760 valid ones by the end of Californians would pay very little if they the Ministry of the Interior, also Library Association (ALA), September to make June 2012 statewide assessed this tax, while it would produce beat up Ladies in White that day in despite its mantra “The Freedom to ballot. between $2 billion and $3 billion yearly, the city of Palmarito del Cauto. Read.” The ALA resolutely will Here’s what this fight is about: As the mostly earmarked for education. (”Activists With Fractures Are not condemn the Castros’ attacks state’s budget crunch escalates, the fact Similarly, Californians pay a fraction of Hospitalized After Brutal Attack,” on Cuban independent librarians. that California is the only oil-producing a cent per gallon now for the 25 percent Aug. 7, netforcuba.org). Because I’ve long reported on region in the world where private compa- tax Alaska applies to its oil, a levy first For their “disloyalty” to the this shame of the ALA, the world’s nies pay no tax for taking oil from the applied while Republican Sarah Palin was Castro regime, six Ladies in White largest organization of librarians -- ground stands out more and more. governor there. Why should Californians and other human-rights dissidents by contrast with library associa- Almost everything in California is in essence pay taxes to Alaska, while no were hospitalized. And dig this if tions in other countries rebuking taxed, from gasoline to clothing, from car one anywhere pays severance tax for you have been led to believe that Cuba -- I’ve been scorned by parts to restaurant meals. Somehow, the California oil? Cuba’s rulers have been “human- Eliades Costa, the director of the oil lobby has been strong enough for long Oil companies, of course, care little for ized” in recent years: Cuban National Library, where enough to avoid any severance tax in spite that logic. They, along with the Kansas- “By orders of the political biographies of Martin Luther King of several efforts to impose one. The latest based oil baron Koch (pronounced police, doctors refused to provide Jr. are banned there. was an initiative that failed in 2006 amid a “coke”) brothers who also are prime fun- these wounded activists with a Said Costa: “What does Mr. blitz of oil industry advertising. ders of the ultra-conservative Tea Party medical certificate, which they Hentoff know of the real Cuba?” Here’s the basic reason why advocates movement, will put tens of millions of need in order to accuse Cuban My public answer (The Friends say an oil tax is needed (along with other dollars into the campaign against the pro- authorities of the violence perpe- of Cuban Libraries, “Defenders of new state revenues from things like posed severance tax. The measure will be trated against them.” (Raul seems Intellectual Freedom,” Aug. 28, changes in property tax assessment regula- backed by labor unions, education groups to be becoming more meticulous in 2011): “I know that if I were a tions): California is getting many billions and environmentalists. denying charges of cruelty.) Cuban, I’d be in prison.” of dollars less in both income and capital The oil companies will also label sever- One of the few U.S. newspapers I also damn well know that I’m gains tax revenues than it did before the ance taxes a “job killer,” a tag businesses still covering the Stalinist beat in right about the ALA’s silence on great stock market and real estate busts of regularly try to hang on proposals they Cuba is The Miami Herald Castro courts ordering the burning three and four years ago. Yes, there are don’t like. They will ignore a UC Berkeley (”Cuban dissidents say cops again of books seized from arrested now tens of thousands fewer state employ- study funded by the non-partisan beat women,” miamiherald.com, Cuban independent librarians -- ees than even one year ago and vital ser- California Endowment which found the Aug. 16). These violently enforced and that these raids continue. From vices like public universities, schools, levy would save several thousands of jobs gag rules “marked the fourth Friends of Cuban Libraries late- highway repairs, fire protection and state statewide while causing a maximum of weekend in a row that authorities breaking news section, on April 9: parks have already taken huge cuts, with 300 job losses in oil-related businesses. have used physical force and even “Jose Ramon Rivera, the director even bigger ones in prospect. All of which means there will be plenty violence to break up the women?s of an independent library in Pinar If relatively painless new sources of of arguing over this measure, and plenty of attempt to establish their right to del Rio Province, complains that a revenue can be found, items that don’t money to air all the arguments. Which protest in eastern Cuba.” State Security major named Rafael impact many Californians, they should be makes it all but certain the oil severance And this is how utterly insistent and two police agents entered his exploited. tax will become a centerpiece of the next on squashing dissent the Castro The argument against, of course, is the election, with every major candidate house at #655 Garmendia St. and, usual one against any new tax, even one forced take a stand on it. administration remains after all without showing a warrant, took these bloody decades, as reported that doesn’t directly affect consumers: Email Thomas Elias at away four boxes of books.” "There is no such thing as a tax on a busi- email@example.com. His book, "The by The Miami Herald: Now hear this: On April 30, in “Police also detained another ness," the anti-tax activists often contend. Burzynski Breakthrough: The Most New York, ALA activist Rhonda "All so-called business taxes are actually Promising Cancer Treatment and the seven Ladies in White supporters Neugebauer, when asked why in before they could get to the cathe- passed along," so that consumers wind up Government’s Campaign to Squelch It," is 20 years of visits to Cuba she has- paying even if the levy isn’t applied now available in a soft cover fourth edi- dral (in Santiago), including three n’t been able to find any censor- who tried to sneak out of their directly to them. tion. ship of books, said: “The question homes around 2 a.m. in hopes of does not deserve an answer.” evading the security forces,” said Fortunately, Americans still find LETTER POLICY Jose Daniel Ferrer Garcia, a public libraries essential. Next recently freed political prisoner. The Daily Journal welcomes letters to the are not suitable for a family newspaper. time you’re in one, ask the librari- editor. Form letters that are clearly part of a write- “One of the women fainted when an to insist that the American All letters must include a clear name, signa- in campaign will not be published. You may confronted with a police guard drop letters off at our office at 590 S. School Library Association help Cubans ture, return address and phone number. dog.” Letters chosen for publication are generally St., or fax letters to 468-3544, mail to Letters Is Raul Castro, shown enlisting gain their right of freedom to read by speaking the truth about the published in the order they are received.We to the Editor, P.O. Box 749, Ukiah, 95482 or e- combative dogs, becoming inse- publish most of the letters we receive, but we mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org. cure? Castros! cannot guarantee publication. Names will not Another rare U.S. news source And why has so much of our be withheld for any reason. staying on the Castro brothers’ rev- online, print and electronic media If we are aware that you are connected to a The Ukiah olutionary crusade against free let the ALA get away with this local organization or are an elected official speech is The Wall Street Journal naked hypocrisy? I can only imag- writing about the organization or body on which you serve, that will be included in your DAILY JOURNAL (”On Cuba’s Capital Steps,” Aug. ine that the smiling Castro brothers approve of the august ALA’s signature. If you want to make it clear you are Publisher: Kevin McConnell Editor: K.C. Meadows 27). The week before, there were not speaking for that organization, you should four Cubans “who took to the steps silence. do so in your letter. Office manager: Yvonne Bell Retail ad manager: Sue Foutch of the Capitol in Havana ... chanti- Nat Hentoff is an authority on All letters are subject to editing without Member California ng ‘liberty’ for 40 minutes” -- until the First Amendment and member notice. Editing is generally limited to remov- Member Audit Bureau Newspaper dragged into patrol cars by uni- of the Cato Institute. ing statements that are potentially libelous or Of Circulations Publishers Association THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 2011 – 5 C OMMUNITY MONTHLY MEETINGS Widow’s Support Group: Meets first and third Tuesday, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Ukiah Methodist Church Library, 209 N. Pine St., Ukiah to provide widows the opportunity to share their grief and fears with other women who have experienced loss. For more information, contact Agnes Daugherty at 485-7037. Ukiah Women in Business: Meets the first and third Tuesday of the month at the Thurston Honda Conference Room, 2900 N. State St., Ukiah, from 8:15 to 9:30 a.m. Women in any industry and busi- ness role are welcome. For more information, visit www.ukiahwibn.org. Knights of Columbus, St. Mary of the Angels #3791: First and third Wednesday; 7 p.m.; 900 Oak St.; call 463-8315. Ukiah Mac Users Group: The Ukiah Mac Users Group (UMUG) meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Ukiah Library, corner of Main and Perkins Streets. Are you a Mac fan or just like computers? Grab your lapMacs and join the group. New to Macs or experienced user? Questions and answers! Share information, updates and tips. Linux? Unix? Learn from others. For more info, call Allison at 371-7667 or email: allisonsa- email@example.com. Ukiah Valley Alliance for Democracy: Meets second Monday: 5:15 p.m. for open discussion over brown-bag dinner (optional) followed by formal agenda at 6:30 p.m.; Mendo Education Action Cooperative (“the MEAC”), 106 W. Standley St. (between State and School streets), Ukiah. For more information, call 472-0724. Look Good. . . Feel Better: A program for women undergoing appearance related side effects of cancer treatment; second Monday of each month at 10 a.m.; call to register, 462-7642. PFLAG: Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, a program to provide support in a non-judgmental, confidential setting, meets sec- ond Monday, at 6:30 p.m., for information and loca- tion, call toll free, 463-2223. Caregiver Support Group: Second and fourth Mondays; 10 a.m. to noon, at 301 N. State St.; call 1 (800) 834-1636. Mendocino Rose Society: Meets four times a Publication Dates: The Ukiah year on the second Tuesday of the month. The pub- lic is welcome to attend. Call Noreen at 463-3550 or Jessica at 743-1902 for upcoming meeting dates and location. mendocinorosesociety.org. The Ukiah Daily Journal - October 7, 2011 DAILY JOURNAL Ukiah Emblem Club #148: Meets second Tuesday of each month at the Ukiah Elks Lodge. online at ukiahdailyjournal.com Call your Ukiah Daily Journal Soroptimist International of Yokayo Sunrise: representative to reserve your space Meets the third Tuesday at the boardroom of NCO Advertising Space & Materials Deadline: (413 North State St.) from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. For more information, contact President Jannette September 30. 2011, 3:00pm Lozano at 272-7717 or Linda Simon, membership chair at 462-0500. Ukiah Garden Club Meetings: Meets second 468-3500 Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m .and the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m.; open to the public and Orchard Ave., Ukiah; open to local seniors; call Duplicate Bridge: Meets Wednesday at 12 p.m. include informational presentations on a variety of 523-3222 at the Ukiah Senior Center, 499 Leslie St., Kathleen gardening-related topics at the Garden Club House Parents for Peace: Meets fourth Thursday; 6:30 895-3606. located at 1203 W. Clay St. in Ukiah. For more p.m.; Mendocino Environmental Center, 106 W. FSP Dual Diagnosis Check-in: Meets at 10 information, visit www.ukiahgardenclub.org. Standley St.; to share thoughts and strategies a.m., at the Buddy Eller Center, 201 Brush St., Friends of the Library: Second Wednesday; 6 regarding the creation of a more peaceful and just Ukiah. p.m.; in Ukiah Library Children’s Room, at 105 N. world; call Cecily at 459-4824. Financial Management Workshop: Noon to 1 Main St. For information, call Carol Howlett at 462- Habitat for Humanity-Mendocino Inland p.m. Wednesdays; Salvation Army Office, 714A S. 0116. Chapter: Board and committee meeting fourth State St, Ukiah; 468-9577. Ukiah Elks Lodge: Regular meeting second and Thursday each month, at 7 p.m., 107 S. Oak St.; Alateen: (Survive and Thrive) is Al-Anon for fourth Wednesday of every month; dinner at 6 p.m. public invited; for information call Jim at 462-8913, young people who are affected by someone elses (reservations required); meeting at 7 p.m.; 1200 or write to P.O. Box 1378, Ukiah. drinking. Meets every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at Hastings Road, Ukiah; for information call 462- Christian Motorcyclist Assoc.: Meets fourth 303 N. Main St, Ukiah. 391-2897 1728. Saturday for breakfast and meetings at 9 a.m., at Gamblers Anonymous: Open group meeting, 7 Ukiah Rod and Gun Club: Meets second Maple Restaurant, 295 S. State St. Meetings will be to 8:30 p.m., every Thursday; Christadelphian Hall, Wednesday, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the Jensens Truck followed by a motorcyle ride. Open to all motorcy- 23 Oak Knoll Road, just off S. State St., Ukiah; free; Stop, Hwy. 101 and North State Street in Ukiah. cle riders; for more information, call Michael 467-9326. Meetings are free. Membership is $20 per year. Carpenter at 621-2100. Bereavement Support Group: From 5 to 7 p.m., Club events raise money for wildlife enhancement Ukiah Area Republican Women: Meets last programs. at the Phoenix Hospice, 1 Madrone St., in Willits. A Tuesday of the month at noon at the Ukiah Garden Bereavement Support Group running each Thursday Ukiah Elks Lodge #1728: Meets the second and Cafe; informative and interesting luncheon speak- fourth Wednesday of each month at the Ukiah Elks until Sept. 1. The group meets once a week for ers; for more information call Dottie Kauffman at seven weeks and is offered free of charge as a com- Lodge. 462-7036. Korean War Veterans Association: Meets third munity service. To register or for more information Early Iron of Ukiah Car Club: Regular meeting please call Linda at 456-3244 or 800-606-9596. Monday; 2 p.m.; Veterans Hall, Seminary and Oak 7 p.m. last Tuesday of every month at Sports Zone in Ukiah. GURDJIEFF Reading and Discussion Group: Pizza, 720 North State Street, Ukiah. Classic car Meets 7 p.m. on Fridays. For more information, call American Assoc. of Univ. Women: 7 p.m.; third enthusiasts welcome. For membership information, Tuesday; call Sue Mason 463-2164. 391-6780 or 485-7293. contact Robert Bender at 489-5222. Gamblers Anonymous: Open group meeting Republican Central Committee, Mendocino North Coast Striders: Running and walking County: Meets third Tuesday at 7 p.m.; Location club board meets the last Wednesday; membership 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday nights at Calvary changes; for information call, 467-8203. dues, $12 per person or $18 per family including a Baptist Church, 465 Luce Ave., Ukiah. Hopland American Legion Post 529: Meets newsletter; for information see the Web site at strid- Kiwanis Club: Meets at noon, Tuesday, at The third Wednesday; 6 p.m.; American Legion Hall on ers.org. Ukiah Garden Cafe 1090 S. State St.; for more Feliz Creek Road. UHS Alumni Association: Executive board information call Janet Carlson at 467-2288. Humane Society Inland Mendocino County: meeting at 5:30 p.m. on the last Thursday of the Lions Club: Meets at noon on Thursdays, at Meets third Tuesday; 6 p.m.; conference room at the month at the UHS admin bldg.,1000 Low Gap Rd., Ukiah Garden Cafe. Redwood Empire Lions Club Humane Society Office; 9700 Uva Dr. Redwood Ukiah. meets at 6:45 a.m., every first and third Tuesday, at Valley; 485-0123. Zack’s Restaurant. Redwood Purls Knitters Guild: Open to all lev- Native American “Walking the Red Road”: els of knitters; third Thursday of every month at 7 p.m., at Heidi’s Yarn Haven, 180 School St., Ukiah; 462-0544, call Miriam at 485-7743. WEEKLY Every Friday 5:30 to 7 p.m. sitting group meets at the Indian Senior Center at 425 North State Street, Ukiah. For more information contact 462-9086. Redwood Valley County Water District Board: Meets the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at MEETINGS Overeaters Anonymous: In Ukiah -- Mondays at 5:30 p.m.; Saturdays at 11 a.m.; 270 N. Pine St.; the District office, 2370 Webb Ranch Road, 472-4747. Meets in Willits on Wednesdays at 5:30 Redwood Valley. The public is welcome. For infor- Adults Molested as Children for Women and p.m. at Willits United Methodist Church, 270 N. mation or directions, call 485-0679. Men: Meets at 2 to 3:30 p.m. every Monday at the Project Sanctuary Group Room, 564 S. Dora St., in Pine St., George Smart Room in the west wing, Disabled American Veterans: Third Thursday; Ukiah. Call Linda to enroll and for additional infor- upstairs; No dues or weigh-ins, everyone is wel- 7 p.m.; Veterans Memorial Hall, 293 Seminary Ave., mation at 462-9196. come; 459-4594. call 485-7706. AlAnon: Family and friends of alcoholics; Meets Peace and Justice Gathering: Meets Sundays Ukiah Valley Patriots: Non-partisan, grassroots 1 p.m. on Mondays, noon on Tuesdays; Thursdays, rain or shine at 10 a.m. at Alex Thomas Plaza in organization dedicated to restoring our republic to noon on Fridays and 10:30 a.m. on Saturdays at Ukiah to drum, dance and sing for peace and justice; its constitutional roots. Meets third Thursday of the Calvary Baptist Church, 465 Luce Ave.; 463-1867. all ages are invited to bring drums and any other month at Jensen’s Restaurant, 1550 N. Lovers Lane, instruments; 462-2320. Ukiah. Meeting is at 7 p.m. but come early to eat. Bingo: Non smoking, non-profit, Bingo will be Pinochle: Meets on Wednesdays and Fridays at 5 All are welcome. For more information call 462- held Tuesday nights at 6 p.m. and Thursday after- p.m., in Ukiah Senior Center’s Admin building. For 5605. noons at 1 p.m., at the Ukiah Senior Center. more information, call 462-4343 United Way Inland Mendocino Community Celebrate Recovery: Christ-centered 12-step Pinochle and Poker: Meets on Tuesdays at 8:30 Council: Third Thursday; from noon to 1:30 p.m.; recovery; Fridays at Calvary Baptist Church, 465 a.m., in Ukiah Senior Center’s Bartlett Hall. For Ukiah Community Center Food Bank conference Luce Ave., from 7 to 9 p.m.; Dinner at 6 p.m. and more information, call 462-4343 room; call Yvonne Hall at 744-8567. childcare provided. For more information call 489- Rotary Club of Ukiah: Meets for lunch at noon Mendocino County Art Association: 8661. on Tuesdays, at Walter’s Cafe, 920 N. State St. in Workshops on third Saturday; 10:15 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Duplicate Bridge: Meets on Mondays at 1 p.m., Ukiah; 462-2080; www.ukiahrotary.org. Ukiah Methodist Church, Room 3, North Pine, in Ukiah Senior Center’s Bartlett Hall, except the Rotary Club of South Ukiah: Meets at 7 a.m., Ukiah; call 463-2268. fourth Mondays. Those meet the Saturday immedi- on Thursdays at North State Cafe, 263 N. State St. Low Vision Support Group: 10 to 11:30 a.m.; ately preceeding the fourth Monday, at Bartlett Hall. in Ukiah; for more information, call President Fourth Monday; at Henny Penny Restaurant, 687 S. Call for partners -- Wade 467-9983. President Marta Sligh 462-3555. 6 – SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 2011 SPORTS Editor: Joe Langstaff, 468-3518 The Ukiah Daily Journal firstname.lastname@example.org LOCAL Eagles open season today, at home vs. Hartnell CALENDAR By JOE LANGSTAFF The Daily Journal Saturday, Sept. 10 On July 18 a new era of Mendocino 7 p.m. Ukiah Speedway football began. With former Athletic Fan Appreciation Night Director and Head Football Coach Tom Ukiah High School Gang accepting a position as Associate TBA Boys Varsity Winter Dean, Athletics with Sierra College in Polo @ Sierra Invitational Rocklin, former Mendocino football (Varsity boys only) Assistant Head Coach and Defensive 9 a.m. Youth Football/ Coordinator at the college from 2004- Cheer 2010, Mike Mari, was hired as the 1 p.m. Boys Varsity Soccer Mendocino College Interim Athletic @ Anderson Valley Director and Head Football Coach. His Junior/Senior High School staff will include assistant coaches Eric Mendocino College Fanene, Howard Gay, Tony Lynds, and 2 p.m. Football vs. Matt Schaffert. Hartnell College @ home By the time of Mari’s hiring, the off- season recruiting period was all but over. Sunday, Sept. 11 However, Mari, who had been serving in 10 a.m. St. Mary’s Youth the position of Offensive Line Coach at Soccer Humboldt State University in 2010, was 10 a.m. Basketball Class - obviously no stranger to Mendocino Guards College and the football program. In fact, 12 p.m. Basketball Class - he had helped recruit some of the players Forwards/ Center who will be on this year’s team. So he returned with an obvious familiarity with Monday, Sept. 12 the college, the program and several of Ukiah High School the players. 7 a.m. Dolphins During Mari’s first six years at 8 a.m. Boys and Girls Mendocino the football program had Water Polo Practice grown into a championship caliber pro- 10 a.m. Dolphins gram, winning the most recent of three 3 p.m. Dolphins Mid-Empire Conference championships 4 p.m. Boys and Girls in 2009 as well as being selected to two Water Polo Practice bowl games. As Defensive Coordinator, City of Ukiah Mari “felt like the defense was always 6:30 p.m. Men’s B-3 Fall good. I hung my hat on being aggressive Softball on defense and being able to win with that. It helped even more that our offense Tuesday, Sept. 13 could score. It was an awesome time and Ukiah High School it’s just a matter of getting this program 7 a.m. Dolphins back to that way. So it will be a little bit 8 a.m. Boys and Girls of transition.” Water Polo Practice Playing big roles in that transition will 10 a.m. Dolphins be some returning sophomore players as 3 p.m. Dolphins well as some new freshmen. Asked to 3:30 p.m. Girls Varsity name a few of the key players at this early File Photo Golf vs. Piner High School juncture of the season Mari listed, first on Pictured above Eagles running back Marco Cobb (4) shown in action 3:30 p.m. Girls Varsity offense: sophomore offensive tackle during a game last season. Cobb returns this year as a sophomore. Tennis vs. Cardinal Octavius Bush (Mitchell County HS, Newman High School Camilla GA), sophomore center Jonathan into the program’s future, Mari has a goal for the third year in a row. The last two 4 p.m. Boys Varsity Soccer Dewey (Ukiah HS), freshman guard of recruiting more players from the local games were close affairs with the Eagles @ Maria Carrillo Dustin Shaffer (Maria Carrillo HS, Santa area. Explains Mari, “We can win with winning both. Hartnell also runs the 4 p.m. Boys and Girls Rosa) three freshman offensive lineman kids from the local area. We’ve won with spread offense so each defense should be Water Polo Practice from Kelseyville HS, including Antonio local players. We’ve had great teams, well prepared, having practiced against 4:30 p.m. Girls JV Cortez, Antonio Mendez and Blake including the third ranked defense in the similar offenses. Volleyball @ Rancho Sedrick , freshman Aaron Dhuyvetter state. Our mike linebacker was Gary As is the case every year at the start of Cotate (Ukiah HS) and freshman tight end Miller from Ukiah High. That was proba- the season, coaching staffs can’t be 5:30 p.m. Girls Varsity Brandon Blake (Montgomery HS, Santa bly the best defense that ever played here. entirely certain what kind of team they Volleyball @ Rancho Rosa). Local guys can contribute. I want them have until that first game is played and Cotate Although the Eagles will run a spread- to realize that. There’s good football players see their first taste of action 6 p.m. AAU Basketball type offense, they will also have a tight around the local area. We just need to get against someone other than their own 6 p.m. Boys Junior Varsity end as well as three wide receivers. That those guys on board with us. This pro- teammates. Explains Mari, “You just Soccer @ Maria Carrillo version of the spread produced an excel- gram will change. Next year the roster never know until you get out there for the Mendocino College lent running game in Mari’s year at will have more local guys. In the past we first game. There’s a lot of unknowns. We 1:30 p.m. Women’s Soccer Humboldt State. would go out to local high schools. But don’t know how our kids will respond vs. Skyline College @ San Also returning on offense will be we weren’t totally committed to getting until we get out there. After the first game Bruno sophomore running back Marco Cobb all the local guys we could get. We got a we can truly evaluate our team; what City of Ukiah (Plant HS, Tampa FL), sophomore quar- handful of them, but we had a ton of out- we’re good at, what we need to change, 6:30 p.m. Co-ed terback Kevin Hatrick (Lutheran North of-state players. I would like to change where can we improve.” HS, Houston) and sophomore offensive that ratio to have more local players. The team should be in good shape Recreational Softball You’re always going to have out-of-state physically, with no major injuries. lineman Anthony Ruiz (Healdsburg HS). On the defensive side of the ball some players. They need to find homes and Explains Mari, “We’ve been very, very Wednesday, Sept. 14 California JC’s are where they go. But I careful in the tempo of practice, trying to Ukiah High School key and returning plays will be: sopho- more defensive ends Aeon Blake (Liberty would like to have more local players.” avoid injuries at all costs. I want our guys 7 a.m. Dolphins That is the future. For now, this season to be out there and be fresh.” 8 a.m. Boys and Girls HS, Kissimmee FL) and Brad Bowers (Ukiah HS), plus defensive lineman starts today when the Eagles host Many of the unknowns will become Water Polo Practice Hartnell College of Salinas in the first known with the commencement of 10 a.m. Dolphins Benjamin Taua (Sumner HS, Sumner WA) and Tinley Busque (Farrington HS, game for each team. Hartnell is a member action, today, starting at 2 p.m. As has 3 p.m. Dolphins of the Coast Conference that includes become a staple of recent seasons of 3 p.m. Girls Softball Honolulu), and DB Tumor Battle (Denver South HS, Denver), plus a talented line Cabrillo, Gavilan, Monterey Peninsula, Mendocino football, there will almost Weight Lifting San Jose and West Valley Community certainly be no lack of live, entertaining 4 p.m. Boys and Girls backing corps. Looking not just to the present, but Colleges. The two teams will be meeting football action on the field. Water Polo Practice 4:30 p.m. Girls JV Soccer vs. Montgomery High School 2011 Champions crowned at Ukiah Speedway 6 p.m. Girls Varsity Soccer By Nadine D Strauss vs. Montgomery High School Special for the Daily Journal City of Ukiah On Sunday night races 6:30 p.m. Co-ed were run, winners emerged, Intermediate Softball and championships were decided during the conclusion Thursday, Sept. 15 of the Labor Day double head- Ukiah High School er at Ukiah Speedway. Two days of action plus the boat 7 a.m. Dolphins race gave race fans all they 8 a.m. Boys and Girls hoped for on the holiday Water Polo Practice weekend. 10 a.m. Dolphins It was the final race of the 3 p.m. Dolphins all new Modified Tri Track 3:30 p.m. Girls Varsity Challenge Series, and when it Golf @ Santa Rosa High was over Jason Philpot of School Sacramento not only won the 3:30 p.m. Girls Varsity 50 lap main event, but he Tennis vs. Piner High earned enough points to pass School series leader Rich Lindgren of 4 p.m. Boys Junior Varsity Rio Linda and claim the Tri Soccer vs. Montgomery Track championship by only High School four points. But it was 4 p.m. Boys and Girls Kelselyville's own Eric Water Polo Practice Johnson who was declared the 4:30 p.m. Girls Junior 2011 Ukiah Speedway North Varsity Volleyball vs. State Racing Association Maria Carrillo champion. Photos by Amanda Pardini and Nate Pardini 5:30 p.m. Girls Varsity With his win Saturday Jason Philpot won both the 50 lap main and the championship in the Modified Volleyball vs. Maria night, Jeremy Doss of Upper Tri Track Challenge Series Carrillo Lake took over the points lead 6 p.m. AAU Basketball from Bill Kistenmacher in the the 13 car field each day. also took home that champi- nights in the Pro-4 Modified 6:30 p.m. Boys Varsity Airport Auto Brokers Legends Jumping out of his Legends onship. series. And to close the week- Soccer vs. Montgomery Cars division. Then Doss Car ride on Saturday and back Terry Pittman had back-to- end Jesse Hutchins of Ukiah High School cushioned that lead and cap- into his Bomber on Sunday, back wins Saturday and was the $200 winner in the City of Ukiah tured the Legends Cars cham- Ron Duke Jr. of Redwood Sunday to capture the champi- boat race with Jessy Thurman 6:30 p.m. Co-ed pionship with his second win Valley out-drove all his com- onship in the Speedy Signs coming in second and Dave Intermediate Softball on Sunday night. Not only did petitors to claim his ninth sea- Street Stocks. And Jake Land III finishing third. the youngster win both nights son victory in the Bud Tillman of Cobb made it two but he also set fast time over Bombers class. Team Duke in a row with victories both See Speedway, Page 7 THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 2011 – 7 SPORTS NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING gets snipped. gets saved. gets sales! With so many advertising mediums dividing the attention of potential customers, newspapers remain the most effective source for reaching consumers. Why? Simply put, newspapers reach more people, more often. Highly portable and highly visible, newspaper ads go with people and stay with them. That means your business is more likely to be on their minds when they’re in the market for related Ron Duke Jr. and Sr. and crew telling the world that “Team Duke” products or services. When it has another Bomber championship at Ukiah Speedway comes to spending your advertising dollars, make the choice that’s tried and true: Newspaper advertising works harder for you. To advertise, call today 707-468-3500! Jeremy Doss was undefeated in the Legends Cars this weekend, winning both features as well as the 2011 Ukiah Speedway Legends Cars championship Continued from Page 6 laps to go, Mangini finally inched by M. Doss for second. Jeremy Doss won his eighth Ukiah Speedway race fol- Tri Track Modifieds lowed by Mangini, M. Doss, Barba, Challenge Cameron Austin, Logan Zampa, Caity The starting positions for the Tri Miller, Dave Land III, Jim Sturges and Track Modified feature were deter- Kistenmacher. Heat wins went to mined by Saturday night's 20 lap heat Kistenmacher and Sturges. races, and when fast heat winner Jason Philpot drew the number 8 pill, the Bud Bombers inversion put Richie Potts and Rich The first four laps of the bomber Lindgren on the front row. Potts' new feature saw front row starters Lori car seems to be fast where ever it goes Bower and Kevin Bracket run side-by- Terry Pittman is the 2011 Ukiah Speedway Street Stock champi- so it was no surprise that he shot out side until the race was halted when onship. He won the feature events both Saturday and Sunday into the lead at the drop of the green Mike Glass popped a tire when he was nights. flag. Lindgren immediately pulled hit by George Abella. Bubba Allen the lead with Hoaglin in second and Lewis forged ahead on the restart, but back in line in front of Oregon driver forged ahead on the restart where he Corey James third. Both James and Champagne's car slowed, shot to the Willie Thompson. This left the outside stayed until being overtaken Jimmy Mavrakis made an outside pass on outside groove and fell all the way to lane open to Corey James who passed Sorrels on lap nine. Rick Tommila, Hoaglin on lap four, and Pittman got the back of the pack. Two rounds later Thompson on lap two. Thompson was Rick Jelton and Duke all used the out- around Hoaglin on six. James assumed Tillman stole second away from Nick nursing rear-end problems and when side groove, and by mid race it was the lead on lap eight with Mavrakis King. Johnny Barker and Vince his car pushed high on lap four both Sorrels, Tommila, Duke, Jelton and and Pittman following him to the front. Sanchez made contact and spun in Dustin DeRosier and Philpot dove Allen. Mavrakis looked high and low for a front of the grandstand for caution under him. Bob Mook joined the front runners, way around James, but when he saw number two. With only 15 laps down Potts began but when Allen drifted high he made no other option he drove under James, Tillman Took control of the race on lapping slower cars. Trophy dash win- contact with Mook resulting in Mook clipped the rear of James car and both the restart with Lewis in second and ner Norm Boucher's night ended early spinning in turn three. This put cars spun around on lap 13. With no King third. Lap 11 saw Joe Aiken tag when his car broke and he retired to Tommila next to Sorrels for the restart where to go Randall drove head-on the back of Cookson's car sending the infield on lap 17. The race was and when Tommila could not make his into Mavrakis' car. Both cars had to be Cookson into a wild spin in front of the slowed on 23 when Drew Smith spun car stick he lost ground to Duke and towed to the pits with severe damage. grandstand to slow the action for the on the back stretch in front of on-com- Jelton. Duke battled with Sorrels the This left the door open for Pittman final time. The remaining laps went ing traffic. All cars drove around next four rounds before finally pulling who drove the distance for his second without incident with Tillman the Smith's stalled cars, and when racing out in front on lap 24. Duke drove the consecutive feature win. Jeramy happy winner over Lewis, King, Neo resumed Lindgren got trapped behind distance for the win and the champi- Lippencott finished second with Nuno and Aiken. Kevin Barba, a lapped car and lost ground to both onship. Sorrels finished second with Hoaglin third, Helm fourth and James Hansen, Champagne, Sanchez and James and DeRosier. More bad luck Jelton third, AJ Randall fourth and fifth. Cookson rounded out the top 10. plagued Lindgren and when his car Abella fifth. Brackett and Randall took Auto racing continues at Ukiah developed a severe smoking problem home heat race honors. Pro-4 Modifieds Speedway this Saturday night with he was forced to pit twice to fix the Pro-4 Modified action began with Fan Appreciation Night. All spectators nerf bar that was rubbing on a tire. Speedy Signs Street Stocks Chelsea Champagne out in front of will get into the grandstands for free to Thompson pitted at the same time. Seven cars started the street stock Nick Hansen with Timber Cookson in see the final points race for the Airport Second place runner James' car also feature with Louis Hoaglin and Danny third. Hansen lost ground on the out- Auto Brokers Late Models andthe Pro- started to smoke and he pulled off the Helm on the front row. The yellow flag side allowing both Cookson and Marty 4 Modified series. Also on the racing track on lap 37. flew after only one lap when George Lewis to move up to second and third. card is the 50-lap Bomber Bash, the As Potts was enjoying a healthy Mavrakis shoved Helm off the track in Lewis drove around Cookson for sec- Airport Auto Brokers Legends Cars lead, Lindgren was struggling at the turn one. When racing finally got ond on four just before Hansen spun in and the Nor-Cal Hard Tops. Gates back of the pack where he was twice underway RJ Randall jumped out into turn two bringing out the first yellow. open at 5 pm with racing at 7 pm. involved with a confrontation with Brenton Smith. The first double-file restart saw DeRosier fade in the high groove putting Philpot in second and Darrin Knight in third. Philpot was along side of Potts for the second restart and when the green was dis- played Philpot took control of the race and stayed out in front the final five laps to take the win over Potts, Knight, DeRosier and Eric Johnson. Rounding out the top 10 were Dustin Knight, Kenny Spencer, Lindgren, D. Smith and B Smith. Airport Auto Brokers Legends Cars When Bill Kistenmacher's car failed him Saturday night, we went home and brought back his brother Bob's car on Sunday. He stole the lead away from Ron Duke Sr. on lap two when Duke spun on the back stretch. The outside groove came on strong with both Codi Barba and Mike Doss passing Kistenmacher on lap 5. The following round Jeremy Doss dove under M. Doss and around Barba in the same corner to take the lead. M. Doss moved around Barba on lap eight as J. Doss was driving away from the pack. Tony Mangini drove around Barba for third on lap nine and began his challenge on M. Doss. Mangini put the pressure on M. Doss the remaining laps, and with only two Eric Johnson and family celebrate his championship in Ukiah Speedway's modified class 8 – SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 2011 JUST FOR FUN For more comics, including classics like For Better or Worse and Doonesbury, see our Web site “entertainment” menu Editor: Jeff Weston, 468-3524 The Ukiah Daily Journal email@example.com PICKLES by Brian Crane HOME AND AWAY by Steve Sicula by Gene, Dan Weingarten and David Clark BARNEY AND CLYDE Datebook Saturday, September 10, 2011 Today is the 253rd day of 2011 and the 82nd day of summer. TODAY'S HISTO- RY: In 1846, Elias CANDORVILLE by Darrin Bell Howe patented the first sewing machine. In 1977, France used a guillotine in carry- ing out a death sen- tence for the last time. In 2002, famously neutral Switzerland became a member of the United Nations. TODAY'S LITTLE DOG LOST by Brian Basset BIRTHAYS: Rin Tin Tin (1918-1932), canine actor; Arnold Palmer (1929- ), pro- THE LEARNING fessional golfer; CHALLENGER Roger Maris (1934- by Robert Barnett 85), baseball player; Charles Kuralt (1934- DIRECTIONS: A. Using each "Chaos Grid" number with its 1997), TV journalist; letter one time, arrange the numbers with Stephen Jay Gould their letters for the "Order Grid" so each (1941-2002), biolo- vertical column, horizontal row, and two diagonals each ADD to numbers inside gist/writer; Chris Columbus (1958- ), BRIDGE thick lined cells. B. Some correct numbers with their letters film director; Colin have been put into the "Order Grid" to get you started. Also, above the "Order Firth (1960- ), actor; Ryan Phillippe (1974- Grid" is a "Decoded Message" clue. C. After you have solved the "Order Grid" More an unblock than a ), actor; Joey Votto doing as direction "A" says, put the let- ters from horizontal rows, from left to spot (1983- ), baseball right, under "Decoded Message" and By Phillip Alder player. make words to form the answer. Inigo DeLeon said, "The cure for TODAY'S SPORTS: CHAOS GRID writer's cramp is writer's block." In 1988, Steffi Graf Today, though, surely that should be, won the first Grand 4 -12 39 20 "The cure for carpal tunnel syndrome Slam in women's ten- I N S R -14 2 37 22 is typist's block." nis since 1970 with & O C B We have been looking at deals in her victory in the U.S. -13 38 5 40 which keeping an eye on the critical Open. A G A H 3 23 21 -15 spot-cards has been important. TODAY'S FACT: E S D C Whenever I do a class on that subject, The United Nations, I usually end with this deal. It is not which included 193 CLUE: RANGES really a spot-card problem -- more member states as of ORDER GRID 50 spotting the way around a roadblock. July 2011, began in 50 Well, how would you try to make 1945 when represen- seven spades after West leads the club tatives of 50 countries 21 50 D jack? met in San Francisco -14 4 50 As regular readers will know, I am to draw the charter. & I not a fan of the two-diamond "wait- -12 50 ing" response to two clubs. I believe TODAY'S QUOTE: N the responder should make a positive "If there is any con- 50 50 50 50 50 9/10/2011 response with eight-plus points to tell sistent enemy of sci- DECODED MESSAGE: partner that it is a slam deal (unless ence, it is not reli- the hands fit poorly). Here, though, gion, but irrational- Answers In Monday Edition ism." -- Stephen Jay © 2011 Robert Barnett North had such a strong hand that he knew he could take charge after he them all with no dummy entry left? If Gould discovered South's hand-type. When you only held a spade lower than the TODAY'S NUM- South rebid two spades, guaranteeing 10. BER: 96 -- number of at least five spades and promising There is a way that just requires countries that had nine-plus winners, North launched reasonable breaks in clubs and hearts. abolished the use of into Blackwood before settling his First, take all three of dummy's club capital punishment as side into seven spades. (Yes, seven winners, discarding your ace and king of 2010. no-trump would have been safer.) of hearts! Then, cash dummy's three TODAY'S MOON: You seem to have 13 tricks: five heart tricks, pitching your three dia- Between first quarter spades, three hearts, two diamonds mond losers. Finally, draw trumps (Sept. 4) and full and three clubs. But how do you get and claim. moon (Sept. 12). Answers to Previous WATCH YOUR HEAD by Cory Thomas Learning Challenger WINSOME OR DARLING 20 44 -26 63 W I N S 45 -8 62 2 O M E O 46 -14 61 8 R D A R -10 79 4 28 L I N G 9/9/2011 little. Your treasure hunt SCORPIO (Oct. 24- plans, call and invite about you or your wel- or commercial in nature. might take you to places Nov. 22) -- Achieving those who are available. fare. If you have any thoughts or areas where fortune social acceptance isn't AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- TAURUS (April 20- on how to handle your never smiled on you pre- likely to be a problem Feb. 19) -- A favorable May 20) -- The chances affairs, put them to the viously. for you. Your strong, upswing in your affairs that nice things could test. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. charismatic personality is indicated to take happen to you will LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) 22) -- Even if it's an will emerge and function place. In fact, even some increase considerably. 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Look to could be on its way per- tives that might test your Trying to patch up a bro- in common. reap benefits even from taining to something that capabilities and talents. ken romance? The LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. situations engineered by might be tremendously The harder you try to A s t r o - G r a p h Sunday, 23) -- An old project that and for others. significant. climb the ladder of suc- Matchmaker can help Sept. 11, 2011 was going nowhere can CAPRICORN (Dec. ARIES (March 21- cess, the luckier you are you understand what to be resurrected and made 22-Jan. 19) -- If you April 19) -- People in likely to get. do to make the relation- Several brand-new ways meaningful at this time. can, take care of some of general are likely to treat CANCER (June 21- ship work. Send for your to generate additional You'll do so with a little the obligations you have you in a very generous July 22) -- You are like- Matchmaker set by mail- earnings may be in the dab of ingenuity here with others, be they fashion. One might even ly to have an accurate ing $3 to Astro-Graph, making for you in the and a touch of elbow social or work-related. be somebody whom you grasp of most situations, P.O. Box 167, Wickliffe, year ahead, if you dig a grease there. After you develop your didn't think gave a hoot whether they are social OH 44092-0167. JUST FOR FUN SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 2011 – 9 Editor: Jeff Weston, 468-3524 The Ukiah Daily Journal firstname.lastname@example.org Family photo issue Adapted from a recent online discus- sion. Dear Carolyn: HI, CAROLYN My father expressed his wish to have a family portrait through my sister, who has made all the arrangements. My sister had asked if I wanted to have my boyfriend of 6 1/2 years in the photo, and I said I wasn't sure how he felt about being included. Upon asking him, he seemed fine either way. Then my father calls and gingerly asks how I feel about including him. That told me he did not want to include my boyfriend -- without having to come out and say it. I agreed to exclude him, but felt very hurt by it. By Carolyn Hax Issues run deep here, as I often feel left out since I'm the only unmarried sibling (I The Washington Post am 40). This is an opportunity to stand up and insist my boyfriend be included, but I'm really torn. When photo day comes, I'm pictures, so that if the relationships fail, we going to be burying all of my negative feel- can turn them into a pole. There are a few ings just to make Dad happy. Any advice? family photos with suspicious white poles -- Family photo framing the shot. Deep issues, yes, but the best approach -- Anonymous 2 might be the pragmatic one: Does he When “pole position” isn't coveted. belong in a portrait? Is this a fine-for-now Thanks. relationship, or an important one? Re: Family photo: Figure that out, then be honest with your They're snapshots in time, aren't they? dad. Families are always changing -- that does- For example, “I actually don't want n't mean the people who die or break up Boyfriend in the picture, but I felt pressured weren't a part of the family. I promise, that to exclude him, which bothers me. Did I estranged person's presence will not read your intentions correctly?” “ruin” the photo. If your boyfriend is part Or: “I feel hurt that my companion of six of the family as you define it, he should be years wasn't welcomed in as so many oth- part of the picture. ers have been” -- or whatever accurately -- Anonymous 3 reflects your feelings. Agreed. But: It's worthwhile, at every If you're clear with yourself first about portrait opportunity, to grab one or two how you want your boyfriend treated, then shots of just the nuclear family. Make a your family will better understand how to habit of it, and feathers likely won't ruffle. treat him. Wanting him included just You'll be grateful for it later. because you're tired of feeling left out, Carolyn: when you yourself haven't made up your Well, after reading the replies, I feel bet- mind on him, invites awkwardness. ter. And for what it's worth, I have been dis- Re: Family photo: cussing marriage with said boyfriend (who RED AND ROVER by Brian Basset Why not get one shot done with the does refer to me as his future wife). Thanks boyfriend? They could also do one with just for the chuckle. parents and kids (no partners/spouses). -- Family photo again This doesn't have to be so black-and-white. Think of him as a pillar in your life either -- Anonymous way. True, thanks. Also helps to keep it from Email Carolyn at being a Statement. email@example.com, follow her on Re: Family photo: Facebook at My extended family has a long-standing www.facebook.com/carolyn.hax or chat tradition (loooooong before Photoshop) of with her online at noon Eastern time each positioning boyfriends, etc., at the end of Friday at www.washingtonpost.com. HGTV offers tips from a ‘Real Housewife’ -- Looking for a ridiculous respite from the weekend’s mournful drumbeat? You can crash “Dina’s Party” (10 p.m. Saturday, HGTV), star- ring Dina Manzo, a professional interior design- er best known for her appearance in the reality TUNE train wreck “Real Housewives of New Jersey.” Manzo’s decorations are not for the long haul. She seems to specialize in parties and other IN ephemeral events. Over the course of the series she’ll transform people’s homes into thematic wonderlands for a Copacabana-style house- warming, a coed baby shower, a vow-renewal TONIGHT party and a very pink wedding ceremony. By Kevin McDonough First up is a high-school prom for grown-ups. Collaborating with the host couple, who went to separate high schools and proms, Manzo con- -- “Twin Towers” (10:30 p.m., USA) recalls cocts a balloon-crazed extravaganza somehow two brothers -- a firefighter and a policeman. modeled on a Vincent van Gogh painting. Don’t ask. SATURDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS Like her guests and like the party, Manzo -- NASCAR racing (7:30 p.m., ABC) and never takes herself terribly seriously, a plus in a U.S. Open tennis (8 p.m., CBS). world that appears to be about as deep as the -- Aliens on ice on “Doctor Who” (9 p.m., painted foam-core decorations and pretty rib- BBC America, TV-14). A repeat episode titled bons that hold the whole shebang together. The “Best of Monsters” follows at 10 p.m. most annoying and slightly pathetic parts of the -- A creature out of “Alice in Wonderland” show are Manzo’s repeated reminders that “this comes to life in the 2011 shocker “Jabberwock” is an event people will remember forever!” (9 p.m., Syfy, TV-14). -- Scheduled on “48 Hours Mystery” (10 SATURDAY PROGRAMS p.m., CBS): the release of the West Memphis 3. COMMEMORATING 9/11 ÿ INCLUDE: -- The 2006 drama “Flight 93” (8 p.m., A&E). SUNDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS -- “Beyond 9/11: Portraits of Resilience” (8 -- The New York Jets host the Dallas p.m., CNN). Cowboys on “Sunday Night Football” (8:15 -- “Voices From Inside the Towers” (9 p.m., p.m., NBC). History, TV-PG). -- Just don’t call it Halloween on “True -- Paul McCartney’s benefit concert following Blood” (9 p.m., HBO, TV-MA). 9/11 is recalled in “The Love We Make” (9 p.m., -- Changing sides on “The Good Wife” (10 Showtime). p.m., CBS, r, TV-14, V). -- “Messages From 9/11” (10 p.m., Bio). -- Jesse needs help on “Breaking Bad” (10 p.m., AMC, TV-14). SUNDAY PROGRAMS -- Michael J. Fox is on the receiving end of COMMEMORATING 9/11 Larry’s attitude on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (10 INCLUDE: p.m., HBO, TV-MA). -- “The Concert for New York City: 10 Years -- Vince makes a romantic commitment on Later” (4 p.m., VH1). “Entourage” (10:30 p.m., HBO, TV-MA). -- “60 Minutes” (7 p.m., CBS) recalls 9/11. -- You know the media are ready to start -- Robert De Niro hosts “9/11: 10 Years putting 9/11 behind us when TLC returns to Later” (8 p.m., CBS). form with “World’s Smallest Man” (10 p.m.), a Different perspectives on “Law & Order: -- “America Remembers 9/11” (8 p.m., PBS, profile of a 25-year-old Colombian man who is Criminal Intent” (9 p.m., NBC, r, TV-14) ... check local listings). only 27 inches tall. “American Dad” (9 p.m., Fox, r, TV-14, D, S) ... -- “When Pop Culture Saved America: A 9/11 Male bonding on “The Cleveland Show” (9:30 Story” (8 p.m., r, Bio). CULT CHOICE p.m., Fox, r, TV-14) ... Suspects abound on -- “Making the 9/11 Memorial” (8 p.m., A governess (Deborah Kerr) fears that her “Law & Order: SVU” (10 p.m., NBC, r, TV-14). History). young charges have been corrupted by evil spir- -- “Beyond Bravery: The Women of 9/11” (9 its in the 1961 shocker “The Innocents” (10 p.m. SUNDAY SERIES p.m., CNN, r). Saturday, TCM). Based on “The Turn of the Love blooms on “The Simpsons” (8 p.m., -- Surviving twins who lost a sibling on 9/11 Screw” by Henry James. Fox, r, TV-PG, D, L) ... “Extreme Makeover: are featured on “Twins of the Twin Towers” (9 Home Edition” (8 p.m., ABC, r, TV-PG) ... Far- p.m., OWN). SATURDAY SERIES off galaxies on “Family Guy” (8:30 p.m., Fox, r, -- “Rebirth” (9 p.m., Showtime) profiles five Lionel Richie’s roots on “Who Do You Think TV-14) ... The season finale of “In the Flow whose lives were changed by the terror attacks. You Are?” (8 p.m., NBC, r, TV-14) ... 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Incl gen - bedroom 1 1/2 eral office duties. bath small Fill These Shoes? 2011-F0622 waiting to come Must have knowl - wood shop THE FOLLOWING out into your ga - Dr RV This new sr mngmnt level position edge of Excel, Mi - with garage PERSON(S) IS I am an adorable will help take us to the next level in friendly brown rage, barn, tack Fri & Sat 9-5 crosoft Word & $1600 month + (ARE) DOING room, winery, 213 Dora St. our marketing & community outreach Quickbooks. Fax deposit. 707- BUSINESS AS: brindle female work. Candidates should have a min - resume to (707) Pitbull with a garden, green - Furn, jewelry, 489-4797 ENVY house or shed clothes, toys imum 5 years progressively more 467-9231 Salary 2195 South State white chest found responsible work in financial serv - on Brookhill Dr. in and wherever DOE Automobiles St crawl space al - Garage Sale! ices marketing &/or community Ukiah, CA 95482 Ukiah on 9/4. Do Sat 8-12. dvlpmnt work. Addtl Wanted cellar you know me? If low them... sur - Guy Strohmeier’s Codi Mackey- prise them this 835 Cypress. info at www.mlcu.org. Send resumes and laboratory Grivette so please come to year with a including salary history to help, experience Auto Center Open the Ukiah Shelter firstname.lastname@example.org a plus but will 7 days N. State St 580 Washo Dr "green" extermi - Huge Multi & Orr Springs Rd Ukiah, CA 95482 at 298 Plant Rd or Family train the right call Sage at nation system! Office Manager/Real Estate assistant person. Apply in 462-9923 , Sophia Ashurst Anderson Valley Flea Market for a busy real estate office. The strohmeiersauto 2320 Mill Creek Rd 467-6453 Sat Sept person at Animal Rescue right candidate will be detailed orien - Graziano Family center.com. Ukiah, Ca 95482 "Barn Cat" Pro - 10th, 8am- ted, organized, have exceptional Elizabeth Leese gram provides 1pm & Big, of Wines, 1170 Bel communication skills as well as be - Arbres Road, Red - Motorhomes 580 Washo Dr once free- Delicious, ing able to problem solve. Please Ukiah, CA 95482 roaming cats to Soul wood Valley, CA. submit resume’ and cover 95470 or send 2006 Forester, This business is meet your Satisfying letter to kbrazil@ selzerrealty.com. conducted by a $5 Breakfast resume to 2861DS CLASS C. Then take a walk through our needs. Varying No Phone Calls! Salary DOE. 30.33 feet. Fully General Partner- degrees of so - 8am-11am. Cheson@pacific.net Classified Employment Opportunities ship. The regis- 2nd Sat of Fax 707-485-9742 loaded & in great cialization and Savings Bank of Mendocino cond. Less than trant commenced I am a smiling fe - ages, neutered every month County is seeking an Assistant Section. You’ll find openings for all kinds to transact busi- all yr round 17K mi. Many Apts for Rent, amenities, incld. male tan Pitbull /spayed and ra - Manager in the Central of jobs from service to business to ness under the found on West Rd bies vaccinated, at VFW Services Dept. Carries out Unfurnished fictitious busi- Building awnings, AC, 4000 professional and medical. in Redwood Val - these cats await supervisory responsibilities in watt generator, 2 ness name or ley. I was wearing another chance Corner of the absence of the Central 2bd, 1ba Duplex names listed Oak & Semi - TV’s, stereo The Ukiah a pink collar, but at life at no Services Manager. Essential Lrg. Yard, 1 /compact disc, above on 9-24- no tags to ID me. charge to you. nary in functions include check, car garage. $975. elec step, power 2011 Filed Endorsed- on So now I am wait - ing for my people For details, call Charlene at 485- Ukiah. See You There!! overdraft, and stop payment review, statement processing, 3bd 1 ba Apt., $1000. jacks, set up for towing, tons of DAILY JOURNAL 09/02/2011 at the at the Ukiah Shel - 1430 or 684-9675 research and various other 1bd Apt., $780. Mendocino County’s local newspaper Mendocino Coun- HUGE Sale. New Items! No sec 8. closet/storage ter 298 Plant Rd. customer service duties. space & more. ty Clerks Office. All Furn must go!, Minimum of two years LEE KRAEMER 590 South School Street • 468-3511 /s/Codi Mackey- Merchandise tools, hsehld, misc! Fri Real Estate $42,000. Call 462- financial related experience Broker. 468-8951 5444 during busi - www.ukiahdailyjournal.com Grivette & Sat 9-4 275 Cherry St. and/or training; or equivalent CODI MACKEY- ness hours. Looong Overdue!! combination of education and 2Bd 1Ba apts. GRIVETTE Building experience desirable. Pool, crprt, N/S/P, Furn., books, girls 686-11 Materials bikes & trikes, Minimum of one year No Sec 8 $840+ 9-3,10,17,24/11 toys, childrens supervisory experience dep. 468-5426 FICTITIOUS Fencing #2 Grade. clothing. Sat 9-2:30. preferred. Starting Salary: Clip BUSINESS NAME I have been hang - 1x6x6 redwood. $2664 - $3000/mo DOE. Apply in 2 bedroom sunny No early birds! upstairs apt, water & STATEMENT ing around Burke $1.20 per bd. 761 Malaga Dr person at 200 N. School St, Hill Dr in Ukiah for File No.: 2011- 485-8072 Ukiah, CA by Tuesday, trash incl. A/C F0560 about a week. On MOVING SALE September 20, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. covered parking THE FOLLOWING 9/2 I was brought 403 Mendocino AA/EOE m/f/v/d no smoking! Mason PERSON(S) to the safety of IS Electronic Dr. Sat. Sept. St 433-4040 $900 (ARE) the Ukiah Shelter DOING Equipment 10th, 8:30-3 -off Savings Bank of Mendocino Available Now BUSINESS AS: at 298 Plant Rd. I McPeak. County is seeking a Wire 2bd $875/$900 ANGEL’S CAFE am a male Doxie Multi Family Mov - Transfer Clerk for our Pool, H20 Trash pd. 8501 East Road mix. If I am your CELL ing Sale clothes, Electronic Banking Dept. Also 1bd $750 PO BOX 50 dog please come PHONES Processes customer and bank 462-6075 Your collectible hse Talmage, CA and take me hold itms, furn requests for incoming and Se habla español. 95481 home. TOOLS outgoing wire transfers, Like New! Cute and Clean Marco A. Chavoya Sun only 9-3 No securities, foreign currency 3166 North State wires, drafts and checks. 2 bd $750+ dep. No Blackberry early birds 7960 Sec. 8 No pets. Adam St. Storm 9530 Uva Dr RV Minimum of one year banking 468-5403 Ukiah, CA 95482 for Verizon experience or equiv. This business is $80 Multi-family, car combination of education and TWO UKIAH conducted by an seats, stroller, experience required. Wire LOCATIONS Individual. The Blackberry clothes, rocker, Transfer experience desirable. 463-2325 registrant com- Playbook recliner, hshld, Must have a good working 462-5009 Way menced to trans- When do Tablet rims, Britas, Hall - knowledge of computer act business un- microchips not Like New mark 475 Oak applications including Duplexes der the fictitious work? When peo - 32 GB Manor Dr Sat 8-2 Windows, Word, and database business name or ple do not keep software. Must pass required for Rent $450 names listed the information Multi Family. testing. Starting Salary $2108 - above on August Tools, mini fridge, $2400/mo DOE. Apply at 200 N. 3bd/1.5ba TH current. I am a Call 391-6961 w/fireplace, w/d 8, 2011. Endorsed- BIG neutered Nu-Wave Oven, School St. Ukiah, CA 95482. Filed on August 8, LOTS of misc! Deadline to apply is Tuesday, hkup, garage male Boxer who $1200/mo $1600 dep 2011 at the can not get home Miscellaneous Sat 8AM-?. 176 September 20, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. Mendocino Coun- Wabash. 463-1217 EEO/AA m/f/v/d 707-433-6688 as the contact in - fo from my chip is Merchandise ty Clerks Office. Multi Fam Garage To /s/Marco A. not current. I was Savings Bank of Mendocino Homes Chavoya found on 9/7 on Flail Mower Like Sale. Vichy for Rent, New! rears, 60" w/ Springs Estates. County is seeking a FT Proof MARCO A. Uva Dr in Red - Operator. Completes data Unfurnished CHAVOYA wood Valley. If side shift. Only 20 Appolinaris Dr. hrs. Cost $4300, sell Sept. 10 & 11. Sat entry, reject correction, & you know me balancing functions to prepare 1bd wtr & elect $2250. 937-4918 9-3. Sun 10-3 incl w/d N/S/P Announcements contact Sage at transactions for processing. the Ukiah Shelter Multi Family Supports Computer Operations RV $1000 + dep ADOPTION & 467-6453 Merchandise Sale Sat 9/10 as available & necessary. 10- (707)888-1418 FOSTER CARE Wanted 9 firm-4pm 938 key by touch & familiarity with 1bd, rustic TLC Child & Child Care W Standley St data entry procedures cabin. $900/mo. Family Service required. Must pass 10-key Savings! seeks families. new girl moving Sat 8-4 Yorkville. Reimburse- Early AM DayCare 107 Thompson test. Starting Salary $1650 - 894-1854 to Ukiah - LOOK - $2000/mo DOE. Apply in person ment, training 5a-7p Quality In- ING FOR APART - Furn., Appl., Car & professional fant Toddler PreK. Parts, dishware. at 200 N School Street, Ukiah, 3bd. 2ba. support pro- MENT for CA no later than Tuesday, Westside Ukiah. vided. 463-1100. Exper Teacher. Lg ~$800/month, Playgrnd Crafts, Yard Sale. Furn, September 20, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. Modern home in #236800809 call Nikki at 707- household, EOE/AA m/f/v/d peaceful, wooded Meals, Fun & Love! 396-8757 LAKEPORT Gun & School Rides. 462- clothes, books. setting. Pets ne - Knife Show, Sept. 2265 Lic.7665 Quality items. 800 Service Representative gotiable. $1575 Hensley Creek Rd. National Medical Company seeking mo. Call 462-3757 17 & 18. Lakeport Garage Sales Sat 9/10, 9-3. applicant to provide in-home medical Fairgrounds. Pets equipment set-ups and deliveries in a 3bd 2ba, great More info. 1664 Lockwood Dr Yard Sale 978 professional, safe and timely man - Westside 530-529-6965 AKC Pomeranian Off Empire Mendocino Dr., ner. Must posses excellent Customer Loc. Cntrl H/A. Marriage in trouble? Want Pup. Fem. Born 7/13. $650. 462- 7656, 489-6004 Sat 9/10 8:30-1pm water pump, swamp cooler, shelving, dresser, Sat. 9-1 teaching stuff, books, clothes,kitchen Service skills. Requirements include Dual paned W. clean CDL, must be 21 and have good $1450/mo +$1450 verbal and writing skills. This is long- dep. 707-489-5163 Advertisers to make a good marriage bet - ter? Join us for Mini horses AMHA Reg. Pet or show. $300 up. Love & Respect. 462-7656, 489-6004 bed frame, toys 9/10 8am 1050 E. YARD SALE-706 N Oak. Sat 9/10 for advancement. Competitive salary 8:00 am,teen clothes,toys, term career opportunity with room and benefits package. Please submit resume to 707-263-5947. Hopland. $1200 +dep. 2bd 2ba +bonus rooms. Lndry Rm. Call put their Sunday, Sept. 11, 11AM. New Life Community Gobbi Multi Family Sale. Furn, antiques, refrigerators. misc.house. Yard Sale 8686 CABINET MAKER, Ukiah Custom Cabinets has an NCO Head Start- Mendo Co. Sandra, 489-2677 Hopland best Church. 750 Yosemite Dr., Ukiah. FREE ADMISSION Big In Store Estate/Consigh East Rd Sp 46 RV Lot’s of goods Sat & Sun 8-5 immediate open - ing for an exp’d cabinetmaker. Asst/Associate Tchr I-II- Req 6 Core CDV units. Assoc. I-II- Req $1200/mo 3bd, 2ba. A/C, gas & elec. 542-2266 deals Found ment Sale Fri & Sat, 9-3. Furn, pianos, sofas, desks, misc. Yard Sale Tools, hsehld items, ect., Sat 8-1 39 Betty St Resume to PO Box 2830 Ukiah CA 95482, fax 707/462-5985, 12 Core CDV units & 6 mos ECE exp. $9.39- McNab Ranch, 5 yr old, pristine, 1000 sq ft. 1bd 1ba. Cov’rd porch, in 9621 N. State St $12.04/hr +bene fenced yrd, fruit The Ukiah YARD SALE - ph 707/462-8743 DOQ & exp. Bilin - trees. 20 min. to R.V. 95470. 707- 462-3311 423 N.Pine - Sat., Sept. 10 - 8 AM to 3 PM CAREGIVERS Caring people gual pref. Must complete NCO app & incl tran - town. No illegal grow. $1200/mo. DAILY JOURNAL BIG Lot Sale! needed to help Ref. req’d. hide-a-bed couch, elderly in their scripts, 800-606- 462-1835 2 recliners, tools, home. Must be 5550 ext 302 for dinner tables & app & job desc West Side, park I am a very hand - some neutered Read All knick-knacks. 950A Waugh Ln. Sat & Sun 9-2 PUBLIC INVITED compassionate, loving & kind. Willing to travel or www.ncoinc.org VFW Post 1900 throughout coun - Closes 5PM 9/12 like setting. 4br, 2ba. NO PETS. $1800/mo. $2000 male dog. I was found on Tindall Ranch Rd in Ukiah About It! Colossal sale on Lrg. Xmas BREAKFAST & Indoor Flea Market ty. Shifts availa - ble now. Please call 707-763-6600 (Postmarks not accepted). EOE sec. 707-468-5051 on 9/7 and Yard Decor. All Sat. Sept. 10 ext 201 The Ukiah brought to the The Ukiah like new! Or Veteran¹s P/T Office Asst. QB Pro, Excel. Ukiah Shelter 298 Plant Rd. It is DAILY JOURNAL new! Lots of misc. items, Memorial Hall 293 Seminary FullTime RN & PT and Part Time OT Near Philo. Resume to: DAILY JOURNAL sure cooler here cheap. New Ave. Ukiah for Homecare & Mendocino County’s local newspaper then walking on Cash Reg., LED Breakfast Hospice Services- don@proseed the road in the Your Local TV, Movies, 8am-11am-$5 Mendocino Cty. contractors.com heat. 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UKIAH S 3-DAY FORECAST ALMANAC SUN AND MOON TODAY TONIGHT SUNDAY MONDAY Ukiah through 2 p.m. Friday Temperature 97° 53° 88° 88° High ...................................................... 101 Sunrise today ........................ 6:49 a.m. Low ........................................................ 56 Sunset tonight ....................... 7:30 p.m. 52° 53° Normal high ............................................ 87 Moonrise today ...................... 6:26 p.m. Normal low ............................................ 53 Partly Record high ............................ 110 in 1932 Moonset today ...................... 5:15 a.m. sunny Partly Partly Record low ................................ 38 in 1931 and very cloudy sunny and Mostly Precipitation MOON PHASES warm not as hot sunny 24 hrs to 2 p.m. Fri. .............................. 0.00" Month to date ...................................... 0.00" Full Last New First Normal month to date .......................... 0.09" Season to date .................................... 0.01" REGIONAL WEATHER Last season to date ............................ trace Normal season to date ........................ 0.20" Sept. 12 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 3 Shown is today s weather. 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Lake Mendocino – Lake level: 744.41 feet; Storage: 80,139 acre-feet (Maximum storage 122,500 acre-feet) Inflow: 187 cfs Outflow: 198 cfs Mendocino County air quality – GOOD (see www.airnow.gov for more details) 9/11 See Sunday’s Daily Journal for our coverage That station, on Lake Superior, had an impor- tant search and rescue Chili mission. It also got Continued from Page 1 of the 10th anniversary of charged with new Continued from Page 1 she said. Sept. 11, 2001 - with Homeland Security duties, being located “It makes it more dif- On Sept. 11, 2011 the ficult this year because ladder truck will be out essays from readers on near an international it’s really, really hot out- border. While there were front all day with the giant American flag on their memories of the day, new tasks in Michigan, side and then all the chili is burning your throat,” the top, said Fort Bragg and reflections on how it the focus on the tradi- said taster Sonora Fire Chief Steve Orsi. tional Coast Guard Orsi would have liked has affected their lives. duties remained. Mooney, Savings Bank naming of to send an engine to the “There were a couple Mendocino County’s 9/11 10th anniversary of extra missions there, “Alice in Chililand” and sion here remains pretty but when there was a commemorations in Kosich Family Sacramento, as the much the same: search call, everybody was still and rescue and law Insurance’s “Chugwater department did in 2001. running for the boats,” Chili” as her favorites so In 2001, 343 New York enforcement.” said Miterko. Get swept out to sea far. firefighters and para- Another CR student, “It’s a whole lot hotter medics died trying to while abalone diving Kevin Crain, 49, had and the Coast Guard will than my chili,” laughed rescue people from the already put eight years Brian Harshbarger, who towers. likely be called to the in the U.S. Army behind rescue. Spill oil in Noyo helped concoct the mild “That was an amazing him when Sept. 11 hap- “Alice in Chililand” event in Sacramento. I Harbor and the Coast pened. Crain, who is tak- entry, referring to his have never seen so many Guard may file for charges. ing Math 350 in a mid- head-to-toe Mad Hatter firefighters in one place. life shift to study marine outfit. They filled up a minor The Homeland Security mission is lim- science, thinks some He described the chili league baseball stadium Americans have learned as “absolutely all from there, where the gover- ited at a base far from population and industrial more about the world scratch: hand-cut meat ... nor and on down got up since then, but may not everything’s real. It’s and spoke. It was an centers, one also charged with rescues on one of have learned enough real chili.” Its mild fla- unforgettable and inspir- from the historic event. vor, he said, made it ing commemoration,” the wildest and most Sarah Baldik/The Daily Journal remote sections of the “In places like Egypt family-friendly. “We Sharon and Brian Harshbarger, as the White Orsi said. and Israel, you might see decided we’d cater to the Rabbit and the Mad Hatter, serve samples of Many police and fire Pacific Ocean. Two masses,” he smiled. “But changes that have hap- people walking down chili from the Savings Bank of Mendocino departments reported the street with machine the bunny was a big help County team, whose theme this year was finding increased sup- pened since 9/11 are the with that, too,” he said, construction of a fence guns every day: we still Alice in Chililand. port following the terror- don’t realize what we pointing to his fellow ist attacks on around the base and the chef, who was outfitted use of 24/7 surveillance have here,” he said. Washington D.C. and He’d like to see America as the March Hare. New York. Orsi said the cameras. The Coast Other helpers walked Guard now has eyes on pay more attention to bump wasn’t that big in jobs and border security among the crowd Fort Bragg. the harbor entrance at all dressed as playing cards. times. The station has and spend less overseas. “We live in our own “We need to get out of The Chugwater Chili, little world here, of increased its public out- according to attendee reach, such as offering Iraq now and let them course, but folks here Brennan Shinel, had a have always been super an open house every deal with their own problems,” he said. “smoky flavor” that like- supportive. It might year during the July ly appealed to the “cow- have made a few more World’s Largest Salmon Sometimes called the forgotten branch of the boy” demographic for people here more aware, Barbecue. which its booth was but our community has “The Coast Guard has Armed Forces, the Coast Guard had a direct role themed. always been so good to been changing how we Dave Horton, the us it couldn’t be too do business, even before on 9/11 that is often lost father of a Kosich much better.” 9/11. The changes that in the horror and drama Family Insurance Noyo Harbor Coast have happened, such as of that day. employee, said his Guard Station was one the fence, might have Immediately follow- “Chugwater Chili” was a place apparently happened anyway,” he ing the attack on the “smoky sirloin chili.” changed by 9/11. The said. World Trade Center, the Shinel said Fetzer’s entire Coast Guard was He remembers local Coast Guard coordinated creation was one of the absorbed into President fishermen teasing about the evacuation of nearly hottest. “It started sweet George Bush’s new the fence when it was a half million people but then it just burned,” Department of installed. “We didn’t ask from lower Manhattan. he said, adding that six Homeland Security. for it,” Miterko said. Tugs, ferries, police chilis later he still had Those changes weren’t Miterko was stationed boats, fire boats and the burning sensation in as dramatic as some here, and then was sent other watercraft con- the back of his throat. might imagine, reports to a station in Michigan. verged on lower Coldwell Banker’s Senior Chief Donald He came back and was Manhattan as Coast chili won the people’s Miterko, officer in made the commander of Guard personnel and choice award two years charge of the station. the Noyo station in vessels directed the boat ago, and chef Frank “There have been 2009. “It was an interest- traffic and successfully Pomilia said his secret is changes in the Coast ing contrast between the carried out one of the “a lot of love” -- plus his Guard since 9/11,” changes in Michigan and largest maritime evacua- own “Sicilian touch.” Waste Solutions served its chili with the Miterko said. “Our mis- here,” he said. tions in world history. Stirring chili for theme Road Kill Cafe this year. Retech was Joe Carter, who said, “The secret is his own garden. theme was designed as a that we’re out here for “I do have to tell you, salute to those who died, County usually happens shortly after the meet- ing starts at 9 a.m. Angelo said the board has a collec- fun. We’ve been beaten every year of the six years I’ve been here, but it’s got a bit of an exotic spice,” he confided, not- fought and responded to the Sept. 11 attacks 10 ing his mix contained years ago. tive bargaining process it must follow, we have an enormous berebere, an Ethiopian Beverly Sanders Continued from Page 1 and a Sept. 13 closed-door meeting is amount of fun.” He says spice mix. Realty had a “CSI, Chili Highway 101 near Frank R. Howard planned regarding labor negotiations, the chili is the only one Cooking for Seltzer Specialists” theme, with Memorial Hospital in Willits and at the at which time the board can give direc- he knew of that had Realty - Realty World wanted posters featuring Fort Bragg Courthouse at 700 S. tion to its negotiators. No meet-and- olives in it. was Annette Pearce, who the faces of local digni- Franklin St. confer date had been scheduled with Cooking for the used her mother’s family taries framing the booth. Union members are also planning the union by Friday, according to Ukiah Main Street recipe with some modi- The secret of the team’s to speak to the Board of Supervisors Angelo. Program was Ukiah City fications. tasty tri-tip chili: “It’s Tuesday during the public expression Tiffany Revelle can be reached at Councilman Benj “It’s all-American,” our secret,” a server portion of its regular meeting, which email@example.com, or at 468-3523. 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