The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 31, 1996 · Page 6
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AB THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1996 NEWS THE SALINA JOURNAL BRIEFLY IRS is after more of Bailey's money PALM BEACH, Fla. — He's already surrendered $16 million in disputed stock, pledged another $700,000 to the government and been hit with a claim by federal prosecutors that he should pay $412,000 more. Now celebrity defense attorney F. Lee Bailey faces a $243,528 tax lien filed by _ A „ _ v the Internal Rev- BAILtY enue Service this month. In a matter apparently unrelated to Bailey's high-profile clashes with the U.S. Justice Department earlier this year, the IRS claims Bailey underpaid his federal income taxes by $191,332 in 1990 and $52,196 in 1992. Neither Bailey nor an IRS spokesman would comment Wednesday. South African colonel sentenced in slayings PRETORIA, South Africa — A former South African police colonel — who once admitted he doesn't know how many antiapartheid activists he killed — was sentenced Wednesday to two life terms in prison. He became the highest-ranking officer con- RALPH WEIGH Bonds - Insurance Phone 827-2906 115 East Iron Ask Me For A Free Hearing Ti Cesh HEARING AIDS 827-8911 1-800-448-0215 Alan Grigsby 234 S. Santa Fe 21 Years Experience Salina victed of apartheid-era crimes. Eugene de Kock, 47. has appealed for amnesty to a government commission. De Kock claimed during his trial that he carried out attacks on the orders of superiors and was told some of those orders sometimes came from former President P.W. Botha. De Kock headed a unit notorious for killing and torturing antiapartheid activists and was convicted of six murders and 83 lesser charges. Hill resigns from Oklahoma law school TULSA, Okla. — Anita Hill, whose sexual harassment allegations rocked the Supreme Court nomination of Clarence Thomas, resigned from the University of Oklahoma law school Wednesday, saying she wants to work in HILL an "uncompromising" academic environment. Hill's resignation, accepted unanimously by the university's Board of Regents, is effective at the end of the fall semester. Her letter did not specify her future plans. Hill has taught at Oklahoma since 1986 and took leave during the 1994-1995 school year to write two books. Ex-CIA agent alleges Gulf War cover-up WASHINGTON — Records of U.S. military units deployed in the Persian Gulf War contain abundant evidence of exposure to Iraqi chemical weapons, a former CIA analyst said Wednesday. He accused the Pentagon and CIA of engaging in "a pattern of deception and denial." "There's no way you can even begin to get a complete picture of what happened over there unless and until they declassify every single unit log," said Patrick Eddington, who resigned from the CIA earlier this year. During the 1991 Gulf War, Eddington analyzed satellite photos of Iraqi troop movements. Later, he and his wife, Robin, also a CIA analyst, began collecting information on their own about the possible use of chemical weapons. From Wire Service Reports WHAT DO UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS BELIEVE? 1. We believe in the freedom of religious expression. All individuals should be encouraged to develop their own personal theology, and to present openly their religious opinions without fear of censure or reprisal. 2. We believe In the toleration of religious ideas. All religions, In every age and culture, possess not only an intrinsic merit, but also a potential value for those who have learned the art of listening. S.We believe in the authority of reason and conscience. The ultimate arbiter In religion Is not a church, or a document, or an official, but the personal choice and decision of the Individual. 4. We believe in the never-ending search for Truth. If the mind and heart are truly free and open, the revelations which appear to the human spirit are Infinitely numerous, eternally fruitful, and wondrously exciting. 5. We believe In the unity of experience. There is no fundamental conflict between faith and knowledge, religion and the world, the sacred and the secular, since they all have their source in the same reality. 6. We believe in the worth and dignity of each human being. All people on earth have an equal claim to life, liberty and justice-and no Idea, Ideal or philosophy is superior to a single human life. 7. We believe in the ethical application of religion. Qood works are the natural product of a good faith, the evidence of an inner grace that finds completion In social and community involvement. 8. We believe in the motive force of love. The governing principle In human relationships is the principle of love, which always seeks the welfare of others and never seeks to hurt or destroy. 9. We believe in the necessity of the democratic process. Records are open to scrutiny, elections are open to members, and ideas are open to crlticlsm-so that people might govern themselves. 0. We believe in the importance of a religious community. The validation of experience requires 1 the confirmation of peers, who provide a critical platform along with a network of mutual support. -David O Rankin Do you find that your beliefs run along Unitarian Universalist lines? If so, you're invited to hear Rev. Lisa Schwartz speak on "Faith of a UU Theist" at the next service, Sunday, November 3, 1996 at 10:00 a.m. The Salina UU Fellowship meets at the YWCA, 651 Prescott Road. When you think about YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE • Mutual Funds • Investing/Saving for College • Financial Planning Services • Investing for Retirement • (IRA, Keogh,TSA,40I(k)) • Tax-advantaged Investments • Money Market Funds Prospectuses for securities listed above may be obtained from your local Waddel! & Reed office. 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