Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on March 17, 2004 · Page 10
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10-WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2004 LOCAL NEWS THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Election Continued from Page 1 48.38 percent. County supervisor 4th District Kendall Smith, 3,253 votes, 62.25 percent; Steve Cardullo, 1,954 votes, 37.39 percent. Measure G - Ukiah sales tax Yes - 2,625 votes, 63.3 per- cent; No- 1,519 votes, 36.8 percent (66 percent needed to win) Measure F - Ukiah clerk Yes - 2,020, 51.36 percent; No- 1,913, 48.64 percent. Measure H - GMOs Yes - 15,746, 56.57 percent; No- 11,881,43.43 percent. Total voter turnout: 27,933 59.34 percent Daily Continued from Page 2 Bragg, was booked into jail at 8:38 a.m. Friday, on charges of violation of parole, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of a dangerous weapon: BOOKED - Kiel Justin Rosetti, 20, of Hopland, was booked into jail at 11:44 p.m. Friday, on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol. BOOKED - Jesse James Holden, 22, of Ukiah, was booked into jail at 1:04 a.m. Saturday, on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol. BOOKED -• Bruce Lee Hamilton, 29, of Willits, was booked into jail at 1:08 a.m. Saturday, on charges of driving under the influence of a controlled substance . BOOKED - Jason Ernie Wolf, 33, of Covelo, was booked into jail at 2:12 a.m. Saturday, on charges of first- degree burglary, grand theft auto, possession of a controlled substance for sale and carrying a loaded firearm. BOOKED - Eric Brian Devine, 35. of Ukiah, was booked into jail at 2:26 a.m. Saturday, on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol. BOOKED -- David Thomas Bitner, 18, of Ukiah, was booked into jail at 11:52 a.m., Monday, on charges of vandalism, second degree burglary, driving under the influence of a controlled substance, disorderly conduct and revoking probation. Those arrested by law enforcement officers are Innocent until proven guilty. People reported as having been arrested may contact the Dally Journal once their case has been concluded so the results can be reported.Those who feel the Information Is In error should contact the appropriate agency. TAXES • INVESTMENTS • MONEY MANAGEMENT FREE E-FILE MH PAID TAX PREPARATION faxes Today 462-93OO 749-C South State Street, Ukiah e-file Time is money, so get your money back in no time. • SuperFast Refunds" • Courteous, personalized customer service • Professionals who know the latest tax law changes Wal-Mart Raleys Center 1155 Airport Park Blvd 1311 N. State St. 462-3769 463-1099 Se Habla Esparto/ Offices are independently owned & operated. Hours: Mon-Fri - 9am-9pm, Sat - 10am - 9pm, Sun - llam-7pm Call to place your ad in this special program. 468-3500 Divorce—General Tax Considerations A divorcing couple will be faced with many important decisions and issues ranging from the type of divorce action to pursue, the timing of It, and of course, a fair division of property and possibly payment of alimony and child support by one spouse. You should be aware that In looking at potential property settlement or dash payments, it is important to consider the impact of taxes. They can greatly affect alimony, child support, property settlements, distributions of retirement benefits and other items that you may be addressing in your divorce or separation agreement. Alimony or separate maintenance; is deductible by the paying spouse and is taxed to the payee spouse unless both agree that It will be tax-free to the recipient and nondeductible by the payer. A spouse may agree to give up deduction If It would bo of little or no value, such as where he or she has deductible tax tosses from other sources. Another important point about alimony Is that you can't just label a ' payment -as^iimbrlyVa^Mpe^ltlo'-be'^at^ai''^^' for tax purposes. A number of requirements must be met Also, special rules prevent alimony deductions for what are disguised property settlements. Child support payments are, not deductible or taxable. As with alimony, merely labeling, payments as child support is not enough. Various requirements must be met. Closely related to child support is the issue of who gets to claim the dependency exemption for the child. In general, it goes to the parent who has custody of the child, even if the bulk of the child's support comes from the noncustodial parent. Property settlements, such as you get the house and the spouse gets stocks, generally are tax-free to both parties. Does that mean taxes are not important in property settle- merits? Not at all. While the property settlement itself ordinarily is not taxable, who gets what property can greatly affect either spouse's potential future taxes if the property received is later sold, this is because of the rules regarding basis, which is the yardstick for measuring tax gain or loss whan you sell an item. > , ' *~*" ' """* ~- ' ' John S. Robertson & Associates, CPA Certified Public Accountant PROUD NETWORK MEMBER OF MOSS ADAMS. LIP CLIP & SAVE 15% On Tax and Accounting Services. One Discount Per Client PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Individual, Business & Estate Taxation Business, Government & Nonprofit Audits Accounting & Payroll Service & Training Consulting & Business Planning IRS Problems? We can help! 776 S. State St. 101 • Ukiah, CA 463-2078 864 Lakeport Blvd. • Lakeport, CA 263-9012 BOHLEN TAX SERVICE Sabra A. Bohlen, E.A. Tax Specialist Individuals and Businesses Fast, Reliable, Reasonable Rates (707) 485-1249 Advertise on this page. Editorial articles are FREE on a rotational basis. 2004 UKIAH VALLEY $ FINEST WINTER AT "The Ukiah Dally Journal's seasonal awards program honoring I vi 1 vote lor one male and one lemale from each school by check! p.m. on Friday, March 19. Mall ballots to: Ukiah Daily Journal Sports Dept. ic.net. Winners will be announced In The Ukiah Daily Journal on Sunday, March 21. Only one vote per individual will be counted. UKIAH HIGH MEN DO MJUfOTNLFTK (Vote lor one) .RMUEimnES Mote for one) JASON CHAPMAN Basketball, So. Averaged nearly 14 points per game In 2003-04. Burst onto scene as a youngster. JILL RICKS Basketball, Sr. Was team's leading scorer in 2003-04. A senior leader, Ricks helped UHS to a second-place NBL finish and NCS playoff berth. RYAN SPERRY Basketball, Sr. Led Wildcats to NCS playoff berth as a senior leader. Led team In scoring with an over 20 ppg average. JACOB CHAVEZ Wrestling, Sr. HW qualified for CIF state wrestling championships, winning two matches there. Finished second at NCS after winning NBL. TIM RAMOS Wrestling, Sr. At 160 pounds, qualified for CIF state wrestling championships. Captured both NCS and NBL titles. JUSTIN DVQERT Wrestling, Sr. At 103 pounds, qualified for CIF state wrestling championships. Captured NBL title; finished second at NCS. WRITE-IN CANDIDATE UHS Top Male Athlete Name: Sport: WRITE-IN CANDIDATE UHS Top Female Athlete Name: Sport: AMY ASHURST Basketball, Jr. Strong rebounder, second on team In scoring. Ashurst will return as senior leader in 2004-05. ASHLEE EVANS-SMITH Wrestling, Jr. Finished second at NCS in her weight class. UHS girls' top wrestler. COLLEGE MAlf ATHLETES FEMALE ATHLETES (Vote (or one) (Vote for one) CHRIS JENSEN Basketball, So. Scoring, rebounding threat. Force in the post. DAVE REUPKE Basketball, So. Team's top scorer (18.7 ppg), rebounder (11.1). THEO DONLEY Basketball, So. Had big-game potential. Outside shooting threat. WRITE-IN CANDIDATE MCTop Male Athlete Name: Sport: WRITE-IN CANDIDATE MCTop Female Athlete Name: Sport: JODY STELIGA Basketball, Fr. Former Ukiah standout ranked high in the state in scoring (17.2 ppg), free throw shooting (77.2 percent) and steals (3.1/game). WRITE-IN CANDIDATE PV Top Male Athlete Name: Sport: WRITE-IN CANDIDATE PVTop Female Athlete Name: Sport: WRITE-IN CANDIDATE DVCTop Male Athlete Name: Sport: WRITE-IN CANDIDATE DVCTop Female Athlete Name: Sport: POTTER DEEP VALLEY VALLEY HS CHRISTIAN HS HAIEBTHIETES Ft HUE HTHlfTES MALE ATHLETES FENALE ATHLETES (Vote (or one! (Vote (or one) (Vole for one) (Vote for one) Your name_ Phone E-mail , VOTER INFO Remember: Please cast only one vote. ZACK GROSSMAN Basketball, Sr. Excellent defender. Scoring threat. Received NCL IV all-league HM. KORI RAMIREZ Basketball, Sr. Scoring threat. Provided PV with solid senior leadership. THE SEASON WRITE-IN CANDIDATE COACH OF THE SEASON Name School/Sport JOSH SUMMIT Basketball, Sr. Averaged 19.1 ppg, 10 rpg for the Hornets. Team leader. SHANE MASSON Basketball, Sr. Strong rebounder. Received NCL IV all-league HM LMKLEFT FNIW.PV WMIMN •MIS DAISY WAGGONER Basketball, Sr. Senior leader. Solid scorer, despite fighting an injury much of the season. ZAK BUSCHBACHER Basketball, Sr. Scored roughly 10 points a night for DVC. Dished out four assists a game. MONET GARRETT Basketball, Jr. Team's top scorer. Ran point effectively. Great court vision, passing ability. BILL BRUNEMEYER UHS Girls Basketball Coached team lo a 20-9 overall record and a second- place finish in the NBL. The Wildcats advanced to the NCS playoffs, winning their first- rouiid game before falling to Eureka. BILL HEATH UHS Boys Basketball Despite a slow start in NR'. play, Heath's Wildcats ended Ihe season 15-12 overa" and 7-7 in lungue, earning an NCS playoff berth. Ukiah dioppod a first- lound game lo Eureka. GENE W/VoGONER DVC Girls Basketball Coached team to an 18-10 ovei;ill record and ti:!o- garnonng 9-1 mark in NCL IV play. DVC earned a bur|ii ii tho NCS L'ivi-.ion V playoff:;, dro, ping ils liist- roii'i ' g'Jine. ADAM AIKMAN UHS Wrestling With the help of an iccomplistmd staff. Coached Ukiah to second place in NBL dual-meet action and second place at tins NI3I championships. The Wildcats finished fourth at NCS and qualified three lor the str.lc meet. •H«MMHMIHMme:!WflnM|nR(. • * Pi ,- ^. WINDMIl BUAKFASI-LUNCH-OINNER llMah's Newest Family Restaurant 7:00a.m. to 11:00a.m. Lunch Special 11:00a.m. to 4:00p.m, Dinner Special 4:00p.m. to 9:00p.m. 462-4667 749 S. State St., Ukiah

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