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14—WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1998 THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Dally THURSDAY Wednesday, June 3 POLICE REPORTS The following were compiled from reports prepared by the IJkiah Police Department. To anonymously report crime information, call 463-6205. WARRANT ARREST - Michael A. Crider, 31, of Ukiah, was arrested at 6:11 p.m. on Ford Street on a warrant issued on suspicion of spousal abuse. LOTTERY NUMBERS DAILY 3: 0, 2, 1. FANTASY 5: 08, 10, 12, 16, 30. DAILY DERBY: 1st Place: 3, Hot Shot. 2nd Place: 12, Lucky Charms. 3rd Place: 1, Gold Rush. Here is the race time: 1:48.69. CORRECTIONS The Uklah Dally Journal reserves this space to correct errors or make clarifications to news articles. Significant errors In obituary notices or birth announcements will result In reprinting the entire article. Errors may be reported to the editor, 4*8-3526. frf ft* 7<fc. t^/lif^O^fe-Wants: 43/74. Ufciflte SOtfS, Fort wwtmtalna v^th a chanco d *rtm«tttMl*M*a0ft*« **? x^mafeur weather watchers: To add your town to the , , map ca// '.-O 468-3526 <> (^X- '' WH^MCWW ' Lake Mendocino Storage .............. 91,028 acre-feet &&*'' < / * ' ftft ' : IwWrM^i*-«4-**r»»-<-*-*> «»-*»*•»< *rw-• /x' ; v,^.^. .' •• •* -'^Ai ^ Max allowed ...... 1 22,500 acre-feet Inflow .............. 408 cfs Outflow ............ 986 cfs mULi«jMtt ' AIR QUALITY measured 6/3 In Uklah Ozone .038 ppm (stale standard .09) Carbon Monoxide 1.2 ppm (20) Nitrogen bioxide .015 ppm (.25) HIGH TIDES High tide: 12:56 p.m. (Today) High tide: Missing (Tomorrow) SUNRISE/SUNSET Sunset today: 8:28 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow: 5:49 a.m. DA Continued from Page 1 with his campaign, Kubanis said he "had assumed Massini's record was well known (by voters), so I didn't spend a lot of time on it." That, he now feels, was a mistake. "I should have spent more time educating the public" about Massini's record, which Kubanis called "deplorable." The November election, he said, "is going to be a wonder to behold. Every rational employer would fire Massini and no rational employer would hire Vroman." Kubanis said he retired before the final returns were posted and was not aware of how he had placed in the race until this morning. Vroman also called it a night shortly after 11 p.m. Massini said she stayed up until the final returns were announced, although she felt like going to bed earlier. Political pundits had predicted Kubanis' candidacy would siphon votes from Massini, assuring a November runoff against Vroman. They were right. Massini was first elected DA in 1986 after serving as the first countywide public defender. Vroman served as an assistant district attorney and pro tem municipal court judge before entering private practice Election Results Mendocino County Only-Final Unofficial with all precincts reporting NUMBER OF VOTES PERCENT OF VOTES Governor Dan Lungren - REP. 5775 25.9 Gloria E La Riva - P&F 119 0.5 Jeff Williams-REP. .73 0.3 Nathan E.Johnson-AIP. 92. 0.4 Pia Jensen - DEM. .94. 0.4 Steve W. Kubby - LIB .243. i.o James D. Crawford - REP. 119 0.5 Al Checchi - DEM. 1994 8.9 Gray Davis DEM. .8821 .39.5 Michael Palitz - DEM. 46 0.2 Dennis Peron - REP. 702...'. .3.1. Charles Pineda, Jr. - DEM. .35. o.i Eduardo M. Rivera- REP. .55 : 0.2 Marsha Feinland - P&F. 62. 0.2 Harold H. Bloomfield - NTL .54. 0.2 Jane Harman - DEM. .2093 .9.3 Dan Hamburg - GRN. 1914. 8.5 Lieutenant Governor Ingrid Lundberg - REP. .2392. 11.5 Regina Lark- P&F. 436 .2.1 Tim Leslie - REP .3044. 14.7 Sara Amir - GRN Jooi 9.6 Thomas M.Tryon- LIB. .777. .3.7 Larry K. Reed - DEM 1327 6.4 Cruz M. Bustamante - DEM 5641 .27.3 Noel Irwin Hentschel - REP 1067 5.1 Jaime Luis Gomez - P&F. .283 1.3 George N. McCoy-AIP. .209 i.o Richard Mountjoy - REP. 1333 6.4 James J. Mangia - RFM 192. 0.9 Tony Miller - DEM 1934. .9.3 Secretary of State Gail K. Lightfoot - LIB .1190 5.9 Bill Jones - REP .8236 41.5 Michela Alioto - DEM. 8121 40.9 Marisa Palyvos-Story - P&F......501 i.J Israel Feuer- P&F. .642. 3.2 Jane Ann Bialosky - NTL .375 1.8 Carolyn Rae Short - AIP 427 J.i Valli Sharpe-Geisler - RFM. .346 1.7 Controller C. T. Weber - P&F. mi -5-3 Denise L.Jackson - RFM 425 2.0 Kathleen Connell - DEM 12285. 59-4 Iris Adam - NTL 443. .2.1 Pamela J. Pescosolido - LIB. 623 3.0 Alfred L. Burgess-AIP. 4S7 - 1 - 2 Ruben Barrales - REP. .5337 25.8 Treasurer EdmonV. Kaiser-AIP .392. 1.9 NUMBER PERCENT OF VOTES OF VOTES Phil Angelides - DEM. 6285 .31.7 Carlos Aguirre - NTL 395 1.9 Curt Pringle - REP 4544. .22.9 Jon Petersen - LIB. 812. 4.1 Jan B. Tucker - P&F. 1229 6.2 Albert Robles - DEM .2315 11.6 Mervin Evans - DEM 1003. .5.0 Jan Goldsmith - REP 2823 14.2 Attorney General Bill Lockyer - DEM .5607. .27.3 Gary P. Kast - P&F. .887 4.3 Charles M. Calderon - DEM 2015 9.8 Mike Capizzi - REP. .2356 11.4 Diane Beall Templin - AIP. 401 1.9 Joseph S. Farina - LIB .537 2.6 Robert J. Evans- P&F. .885. 4.3 Lynn Schcnk- DEM .2251 10.9 Michael K. Schmier - DEM. 409 1.9 Dave Stirling - REP .5187. .25.2 Insurance Commissioner Tom Condit - P&F. 1218 6.1 Dale F. Ogden - LIB 691 3.4 Chuck Quackenbush - REP 8221 41.3 Gary R. Ramos - P&F. 572. .2.8 Barbara Bourdette - NTL 589 2.9 Hal Brown - DEM 3688. i8.j Diane Martinez - DEM 449*- •"•5 Merton D. Short - AIP. 430 2.1 St. Board of Equal, ist Kennita Watson -LIB. 3947. .26.0 Johan Klehs- DEM. 11205 -73-9 U.S. Senator Linn Dao- REP. 170 0.7 H.Joseph Perrin, Sr. - AIP 148. 0.6 John Pinkerton - DEM 10:8 4.6 Mark Raus - REP. 205 0.9 Brian M. Rees - NTL 137 0.6 Frank D. Riggs - REP. .3341 ij.z Matt Fong -REP 4185 19.1 Timothy R. Erich - REM. .225 i.o Barbara Boxer - DEM.....: 9999 45.6 John M. Brown - REP. .223 i.o Ted Brown - LIB 436 1.9 Ophie C. Beltran - P&F. 485 .2.2 Darrell Issa - REP 1338 6.1 Rep in Congress, ist Mark Luce - REP. .3490 16.5 Ernest K.Jones, Jr. - P&F .874. 4-' R. J. Chase - REP 1856 .8.7 James R. Oglesby - LIE 381 1.8 NUMBER PERCENT OF VOTES OF VOTES Mike Thompson - DEM ........... 9670 ............. 45.8 Emil P. Rossi - LIB .................... .636 ................. .3.0 Jim Hennefer - DEM. ............... 4189 ............... '9-8 State Senator, 2nd Brian Garay - P&F ................ 869 .............. 4.0 (statewide .................................... 5794. ............. 4.0) John Pinches - REP. ................... 8433 .............. .39.4 (statewide. ................................... 34876 .............. •*') Wes Chesbro - DEM ................. 4460 ............ .20.8 (statewide. ................................... 51373. ................ 3') John Jordan - REP. .................... 4280 ............. JO.o (statewide. ........ . ......................... 46277 .............. J8) Timothy Oliver Stoen - DEM. . .3353. ............... 15.6 (statewide. .................................. -17037 ............... 16) Member of Assembly, ist Pamela Elizondo - P&F. ............. 1634 ................ 7.8 Sam Crump - REP ..................... .6854. ............. .33.0 V. Strom-Martin - DEM ........... 12260 ............. 59.0 Superintendent of Education Barbara Carpenter. .................... .2571 ................ 13.8 Gloria Matta Tuchman. ............. 4844. ............ .26.1 Delaine Eastin. .......................... .7688 .............. 41.4 Miles Everett ............. f ............... 1433. ................ -7-7 Marklsler. .................................. 1994. .............. 10.7 Co Superintendent Paul A. Tichinia ......................... 13724. .......... 100.0 Supervisor, 3rd District TomLucier. ................................ »59 Norman Whipple. ..................... .588 Tony Orth. ........... , ...................... H94- Jimmy Rickel ............................. 151 Supervisor 5th District J. David Colfax. .......................... 1593 ............ Els Cooperrider. ......................... 1262. ........... Gregory T. Nelson. ..................... 1902. .......... Joe Louis Hoffman. .................... 938 ............. Assessor- Clerk-Recorder Dennis Lucido. ........................... 7117. .......... Marsha A. Young. ........................ 13804. ........ District Attorney Al Kubanis. ................................. 5358 ........... Norman L. Vromaa .................... 6449 .......... Susan Massini. ............................ -9337 ........... Sheriff-Coroner Ronald Caudillo. ........................ .5073 ........... Tony Graver. ............................... 95^4- ......... NUMBER OF VOTES PERCENT OF VOTES PhilPintane. 6151 29.5 YES VOTES NO VOTES Proposition 219 Ballot Measures Application.....12105 Percentage of votes 62.7 Proposition 220 Superior & Municipal Court Consolidation 10508 Percentage of votes .52.6 Proposition 221 Soubord Judicial Officers Discipline 14270 4947 Percentage of votes .74.2 .25.7 ••7194 ....37.2 -9434 ...47.3 -5*-7 14.3 *9-' -3-6 ...27.9 ...22.1 ...33-3 ...16.4 ..34.0 ...65.9 ...30.5 ..44.1 -24-4 .46.0 Proposition 222 Murder-Peace Officer Victim Sentence Credits. 13833- Percentage of votes 67.4.... Proposition 223 Schools Spending Limits on Admin .8857... Percentage of votes 41.8.... Proposition 224 State Funded Design & Engineering Serv« ...::::::7862... Percentage of votes. .39.0... Proposition 225 Limiting Congressional terms...10140.. Percentage ofvotes. .50.7 Proposition 226 Political contribut. by employees...8702..... Percentage of votes 41.0.... Proposition 227 English language in public schools. 12572... Percentage of votes 57.2. ...6690 ...12283 .....58.1 ..12291 ....60.9 9855 ....49.2 ..12503 ..9391 ..42.7 Source: Mendocino County Clerk's Office 5th District 3rd District Continued from Page 1 said early this morning. "I gotta go take signs down - take them down and then put them all back up again." Asked if he wouldn't take a bit of a rest, Nelson replied, laughing: "That's not farming." He's also looking forward to paying a little more attention until the race heats up again - to his wine crop, which he says worries him some. "I've got berries falling off that haven't been pollinated yet," he said. Colfax, too, was raring to go for the final round. He said he'd been on the phone with his campaign treasurer all morning, who'd started out the conversation by saying: "Oh, my gosh, now we have to start raising more money." From the first returns of the evening, it was clear Nelson would be one candidate in a fall runoff. In fact, many observers in the last couple of months felt Nelson could possibly win it outright in June, considering the three strong candidates running against him who would split the vote. Nonetheless, Nelson never actually came close to the 50 percent plus one vote he would need to do that. The second-place candidate, however, was in doubt throughout the evening. At one point, third-place candidate Els Cooperrider was within 1.9 percentage points, or 57 votes, of Colfax. Returns from the coast areas, which make up a good part of the 5th District, come in late, and can sometimes change close races. Cooperrider's final count was 22.1 percent, and Joe Louis Hoffman, in fourth-place, garnered 16.4 percent of the vote. Nelson and Colfax both agreed the campaign had been a good, although tiring, experience. "I think we handled issues very well," Colfax said. "I think it was congenial. I looked forward to the candidates' nights - they weren't the ordeal they can sometimes, be." Colfax also offered kudos to Cooperrider and Hoffman. "I'd think, in all seriousness, that Joe or Els or I, or anyone of the three of us could have gone on to win. "My main reaction is that I'm sorry that only one of us can go up against the Farm Bureau candidate." Hoffman has already endorsed Colfax in the November election. Nelson said he'd gone to bed before the final returns were in Tuesday night, so he'd just heard Colfax would be his competition. "Dave's an intelligent man," he said. "I think he's going to be a real viable competitor. "We have a very unique district, that's for sure. The focus right now, I guess, is that Dave and I are going to have to point out what we feel our strong parts are and get to the voters. Hopefully, they'll be tuned in, and they can make a decision." Continued from Page 1 the cities in the county at only 33.7 percent. "It was the bypass issue," Orth said. Opposition to the bypass from local environmentalists - who otherwise might have been expected to support Orth - and from downtown merchants trans- Sheriff lated into people not finding a supervisor candidate to support, he said. Orth also noted that the 3rd District "has a history of voting in (to office) people who've lived here for several generations." "But congratulations to Tom," he said. "I've learned a heck of a lot, and I'm going to be a better Continued from Page 1 ways to deal with medical marijuana use until the law legalizing it is clarified. While he claims to be the first to deal with those issues, by midway through campaigning, all three candidates had taken similar stances. Pintane, who credited his success so far at least partly to doing a lot of walking and knocking on doors, said he plans to do more of the same. "It helps people understand who'the candidates are," he said. And "it gives us a better feel as to what the community and neighborhoods are thinking out there." He said he'll need to focus on winning over voters on the coast, Graver's stronghold. Graver, conversely, said he'll be working on winning over inland voters. Besides Caudillo's former supporters, there will likely be people voting in November who didn't show up Tuesday. Only 49.4 percent of Mendo- representative of the 3rd District in the Democratic Party and still continue my political work on the Brooktrails board." Lucier, too, said he was looking forward to working with Orth, particularly getting a second access road to the Brook- trails subdivision. "I was running against some pretty nice people," he said. "There's not enough I can say about Norman Whipple and Tony. "They're still going to be active in their communities," he said, "and it's going to be fun. NOYO THEATRE •Willits- 459-NOYO(6696) SPECIALTY FILM SERIES THIS WEEK THE BIG LEBOWSH (R) AT 7:00 PM GODZILLA : 9.45, 9*0 (Pfrtt) HOPE FLOATS cino County voters turned out to vote Tuesday. Graver said the slew of candidates and the initiatives on Tuesday's ballot probably overwhelmed a lot of potential voters, causing the low turnout. "Everybody who had a dog ran for governor," he said. And "people don't know how to vote on the measures." Neither of the finalists are looking forward to spending more time and money on campaigning. "I'm looking forward to that like I'm looking forward to a root canal," Graver said. i The Family of Louis A, Clark wish to thank all the people sending cards, floral offerings food. The love & support expressed * during the recent toss of our Father, ^Grandfather, Brother & Uncle will be treasured always. DAILY: 6:55,9:20 (PG-13) We have common interests in getting things done for the people." Whipple, chairman of the Round Valley Tribal Council, came in third in the race, with 14.3 percent, and Jimmy Rickel of Studio 3 Presents community television came in fourth, with 3.6 percent. There are 9,490 registered voters in the 3rd District, and 4,337 of them voted Tuesday. ww.ilgnihirwiMlm.coiu 12 S. Sluti! SI., lliiill • 4liMi7H» y/J IHOPE FLOATS DAILY: 2:40, 5:10,7:30, 9:55 K ALMOSTITO DAILY: 2:30, 4:40, 7:10, 9:20 GODZILLA DAILY: 3:45,7:00, 9:50 BULWORTH DAILY: 5:20, 7:40,10:00 THE! DAILY: 4:30, 8:00 FRI, MON-THURS: 3:00 DEEP IMPACT DAILY: 4:15,6:50, 9:35

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