Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on March 18, 1998 · Page 2
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2—WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1998 AFTERNOON BRIEFING . A quick read of the world THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Associated Press HUMANE SOCIETY PET OF WEEK Needed: new home for Maq Light finally shed on Mississippi's Sovereignty Commission Politicians plan ahead for JACKSON, Miss. — After the disappearance of three civil rights tobaCCO Settlement workers during Mississippi's Freedom Summejr, local lawmen complained to the state's segregationist Soverei ijmty Commission of being elbowed out of the investigation by FBI agents who considered them suspects. A sheriff who is forever linked to the murders of the three young men even confided to commission investigators that he expected to be arrested. The revelations were included in more than 132,000 previously secret files made public Tuesday under federal oourt order. In its heyday, the agency's investigators anc snitches flooded the commission with every conceivable tidbit o" fact and fiction on .groups and individuals they considered communists or threats to white rule. Reports filed from June 1964 to January 1965 by commission 'investigator A.L. Hopkins quote angry lawmen in Neshoba County, •where the three men were murdered, complaining bitterly of being ' kept out of the loop. As early as July 2, 1964 — 33 days before the bodies would be 'found — Sheriff Lawrence Rainey told Hopkins he expected to be t picked up by the FBI as a suspect in the disappearance of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwdmer. Chancy, of Meridian, and New Yorkers Schwemer and Goodman WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans think they have concocted a trap for Democrats eager to use billions of dollars from any tobacco settlement for anti-smoking programs. To get at that money, Democrats first will have to vote to take it from the popular Medicare program. A $1.73 trillion budget for fiscal 1999 that Senate Budget Committee Chairman Pete Domenici presented to his panel Tuesday would use the billions any tobacco bill produces — perhaps from cigarette tax increases — to buttress Medicare, the health-care program for elderly and disabled Americans that will need more money when Baby Boomers begin retiring in a decade. disappeared June 21 after going to investigate Methodist Church in Sandtown, a community sippi county. a fire at Mount Zion n the central Missis- Building boom hits Colorado "with a vengeance ' PARKER, Colo. — When Paul Kroehnke moved to Parker six •years ago, the bedroom community was home to foxes and antelope •playing in the fields next to his horse farm. Now, as far as the eye can see, there are houses on postage stamp -lots, right up to the edge of his riding stable. ' "It's crazy," Kroehnke said. "It's roofs, roofs, solid roofs." Kroehnke is at ground zero for the most rapid growth in the nation. According to figures released Tuesday by the 'glas County led the nation last year with 12.9 1996. It was the fourth year in a row the count •been the leader. Two other Colorado counties nearby were in 'County, about 60 miles southwest of Denver, No. 6 Elbert County, east of Parker, with 8 percent. lOfEUPTO lOlb/. in 5 DflY*!!! With TENNEN /// ALL NATURAL ALTERNATIVE Ukiah Natural Poods 721 S. State St. - Ukiah For more info. 1-800-424-7768 IRS reform proposal emphasizes customer service WASHINGTON — Imagine an IRS where the workers are rewarded on how quickly and fairly they resolve your tax problems. Or a tax collection agency that's reorganized so "any run-around burden (is) on the IRS" and not on the customer. Those are among the 200 proposals to improve IRS customer service in a report Vice President Al Gore plans to unveil today. The plan, the result of a 10-month study, would give Internal Revenue Service field executives authority to issue one-day "emergency tax refunds" in hardship cases. And it envisions new technology to route taxpayers' telephone calls so they'll be answered faster and more accurately. "We must have an IRS that is on the taxpayers' side, providing the help they need," said the report, obtained by The Associated Press. "We know we have a long way to go. But the good news is that the reform of the IRS has begun." Mac is a black and white male McNab cross. Friendly and outgoing are his top qualities. One look at Mac and you won't be able to resist his charm, Humane Society workers say. Mac gets along well with others and would make a great companion dog for an active family. He is expected to grow to be a medium-sized dog. His approximate age is 6 months old. If you would like more information on Mac or his buddies, visit the Humane Society at 9700 Uva Drive in Redwood Valley or call 485-0123. The hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mac every day. Mac hopes to see you soon so he can start his new life with a loving family. Fill 'er up! Gas prices tumble! Associated Press NEW YORK — They are the words that rev up American drivers: cheap gas. The average price of gas across the country has tumbled 23 cents per gallon since September to a nearly 10-year low, thanks in part to plunging crude oil prices. While gas prices have risen over the past several weeks, tie average all-grade pump prijie was down 3 cents since Feb. 20. That's the lowest price evir, once adjusted for inflation, ijly today's standards, gasolilie pumped in the 1920s cost $2.50 a gallon. Regular self service gas, as of March 6, was sellingiat less than $1 at nearly half tlje nation's stations. '. 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State] Ukiah 468-0191 Store Hours: Hon.-Sat 10-6 Sun. 12-5 Saturday, March 211998 • 8-.30pm Boxers from Lake, Mendocino, Sonoma & Shasta Counties Tickets available at Shodakai Casino Gift Shop Tuesday-Saturday 1PM-5PM 485-0700 Sonoma County Martial Arts 584-3812 Shodakai Coyote Valley Casino Tmiles north of Ukiah, Just off Hwy. 101 Look for Shodakai on the internet http:/www.shodakal.com RV friendly ,- ' Casino & Bingo 485-O7OO 1-80O-332-9683 Directions Hwy. 101 North to West Rd., then turn right to 7751 N. State St. Nab numbers 468-3500,468-012 J Circulation Number 468-353 Classified Numbers 468-3535,468-353 Legal/Classified Advertising 468-352 Barbara Vasconcellos Vic Martinez-Production Manager,,468-3515 Chief Photographer 468-3538 Yvonne Bell-Office Manager 468-3506 Janet Noe-CIauifled Manager 468-3511 Ken Bohl-Circulation Manager 468-3532 - Eddie Sequeira-Advertising 468-3509 Dennis Wilson-Publisher 468-3509 Gail Walker-Advertising 468-3512 The Daily Journal is printed K,C.Meadow..Editor.,., 468-3526 JoeC^Advertlsing.y.. 468-3513 J^i^OTSS ^Read- Victoria Hamblet-Advertising 468-3514 used M Then Sarah Sutherland-Adv. Asst, £ £gK,A£2 and m**^ N1E Coordinator 468-3528 8 Ray Hamlll-Sports Editor 468-351 Lob O'Rourke-Community News & Features Editor 468-3522 526 S >S. StataSl.* P.O. Box 1410 Ukiah, Caiifomlo 95482 ION FDWUB AUTO ONTO NMUC • CUUAC • BKX OK WXO • MADA • MUU NEWSPAm IN EDUCATION Ukiah Valley Medical Center __ —.._„„„_„ ^*\.dventist supporting Our community Health UKIRH FORD KiiHfl II n'l.'l \ The Ukiah Daily Journal is proud to be part of the Newspapers In Education Program, along with these NIE sponsors ... . 100 KjMl PUc. Ukiah Main Store 4«-971 J • Pharmacy 462-9751 W1Ulta —, HOPIAND SHOKAAVAH CASINO . Ukiah Daily 'ournal Publication # (USPS-646-920). Published Daily except Saturday by Ukiah Daily Journal at 590 S. School St., Ukiah, Mendocino County, Calif. Phone: (707) 468-3500. Court Decree No. 9267 Periodicals Postage Paid at Ukiah, CA -SUGGESTED MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES- DELIVERY TYPE PRICE Walk/Bike Route $ 8.50 Motor Route $ 9.00 Mail in Mendocino County...$12.00 Mail Outside the County $14.00 All prices Include 7 </.% California State sales tax. Motor Route and Mail Delivery must be paid in advance. Ukiah Dally Journal Is not responsible for advance payment made payable to carriers. Payments In advance should be mailed directly to the Ukiah Daily Journal. Your newspaper should be delivered before 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and before 7am.. Sunday. There is no delivery on Saturday. To report a missed newsia-- per, call the Circulation Department between 5 and 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, or between 7 and 9 a.m. Sunday. Save time. Dial direct (707) 468-3533. POSTMASTER: Sind address changes to: Ukiah Dally Journal, Fjost Office Box 749, Ukiah California 95482. Business Hours 8 a.ra. r 5:30 p.m. CLOSED Mon. thai Fri Saturday Sunday Circulation hours 8 am. • 6:30 p.m. CLOSED 7 a.m. • 9 a.m.

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