Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 27, 2000 · Page 2
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Ukiah, California
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Thursday, January 27, 2000
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2—THURSDAY, JAN. 27, 2000 • THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL TIME AND AGAIN ... a weekly look at the Ukiah Valley's past and present CIRCA 1 909- ft The west side of the 200 block of North State Street boasted a drug store, a barber shop, two saloons, an ice cream parlor, a livery and the Palace Hotel. Harry P. Stems' The Palm Saloon and The Richelieu, run by Ed Porter, were long- established Uklah taverns and did a booming business until Prohibition became the law of the land In 1920, and the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages was outlawed throughout the country. The Ukiah Stables building next to the Palace was torn down in the 1920s. Photo courtesy of the Robert J. Uc A.O. Ctrpcnter photograph TODAY Although it's been closed for years, the Palace Hotel today takes up more of the block than it did in 190911, thanks to the 1929 hotel addition that filled the space formerly occupied by Ukiah Stables. Next to the Palace is Denny Bicycles, then the Sports Attic Bar & Grill's new addition and on the corner - the recently-completed building with office or retail space available for lease. Barhin VuconceUoi/ The Diily Journal Held-Poage Research Library volunteer Ed Bold contributed to this report. AFTERNOON BRIEFING A quick read of the world Associated P^j, Clinton readies economic win list for speech WASHINGTON—As he prepared to sum up the seven-year Clinton-Gore balance sheet, President Clinton paused to reflect anew on the scandal that will at least partially define his presidency. "First of all, I made one mistake. I apologized for it, I paid a high price for it and I've done my best to atorte for it by being a good pres. ident," Clinton said in a television interview Wednesday, the eve of his final State of the Union address. In the PBS interview, Clinton also called the six-year Whitewater investigation "a bunch of bull," and claimed Republicans in Congress knew it early on. Fourteen people have been convicted in the investigation of the president and his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton "But I do regret that fact that I wasn't straight with the American people" about the Monica Lewinsky phase of the investigation, Clinton said in the interview with PBS host Jim Lehrer. "It was something I was ashamed of and pained about, and I regret that." Lehrer interviewed Clinton two years ago, just as the Lewinsky scandal was breaking. In his first public remarks on Lewinsky, Clinton then denied any improper rejationship with the former White House intern whose story of White House sexual encounters with Clinton ultimately led to his impeachment in the House and acquittal in the Senate last year. The scandal threatened to overshadow the State of the Union address to Congress the past two years. Clinton ignored the topic in his speeches then and will likely do so again tonight. Instead," he will tick off statistics that chart the national economic success story since 1993, which the White House counts as its most tangible accomplishment. OSHA won't hold companies responsible for safety of home-offices WASHINGTON — The Labor Department will issue a formal policy directive stating that it will not hold companies responsible for the safety of telecommuting employees' home offices, the Clinton administration has told Congress. However, workers who do more hazardous types of at-home jobs, such as manufacturing piecework involving dangerous materials, are protected by federal safety laws, the administration says. 3 "The bottom line is, as it has always been, that OSHA will respect .the privacy of the home and expects that employers will as well'," Assistant Labor Secretary Charles N. Jeffress said in remarks, pip- pared for congressional hearings scheduled this week. Amid criticism from corporate America and Capitol Hill earlier this month, the Labor Department withdrew an advisory letter telling a Texas credit services firm it was legally responsible for the safety of its sales executives whether they worked at home or in the office. Nevertheless, Republicans in the House and Senate have promised an investigation. ' Worthless junk' could be historical treasure in disguise tin. _ . •*. . . *™' UKIAH GROCERY OUTLET Shop Us First & Save up to 70% "2000 ways 2 Save you Money!" 1203 N. State St» Ukiah > -+'* What may seem like worth; less junk to you may contain a I treasure of history for future res- ,' idents of Mendocino County. ,' Before you throw away those ; old photos, letters, yearbooks, . scrapbooks or documents, Held; Poage Research Library Director • Lila Lee encourages you to give I her a call at 462-6969. ! Lee said she and other volun- ;teers at the library, who are ! devoted to preserving Mendoci- ; no County history, will be happy i to look through the discards to ; see if any of them can be added • to the library's collection. - A donation to the library's collection may also save money on your tax bill, always a consideration at this time of year. Items may be mailed to: Held- Poage Library, 603 W. Perkins St., Ukiah, CA 95482-4726. For more information or to arrange to bring items directly to the library, call Lee between 1 and 4 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays at 462-6969. What makes a great bank? It's the People! Read about it in the Daily Journal Exhibitors Wanted: To participate in tin; 19th ANNUAL FORT BRAGG ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR duel WHALE FESTIVAL Saturday, March 18th For details" and applications, — call Fort Bragg Center for the Arts: 964-0807 At the Savings Bank of Mendocino County we know that technology, products and locations are important. We also know what sets us apart and makes us a great bank - our employees. (Itor) Yvonne Brown, utility, 5 years; Margaret Jackson, Branch Manager, 10 years; Floyd Ross, Executive Vice President, 50 years; Christine Mendoza, Credit Service Rep, 5 years; Noreen Evans, Assistant Controller, 20 years. Savings Bank OF MENDOCINO COUNTY AFull Service Community Bank Member FDIC visit our web site UNDER ioo Newipaperln Education Servicei.,.488-3534 „• •« ... ----------........—w— „_.„..wv»vpiariirft.iiM<HM.iMu»iM»468*3538 f^S? 4 N '»J«»»»'«4M-8S3S, 4884538 Deu AUett- Afcertiiiif Director.,4884510 yW^SSt*** 4iMM9 CaUWaltoAfcertMiiJ;; 468-3512 Deanb WIUoQ.P.MUker 4884500 Joe Chavei-Aa^rtiiiM.... 4884513 K.I.. 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Ted & Carole Hester Marie McKell 0&/W flBBuBBB^BB UkM.M«InStor,4«2^7H Uklah, CA uiudii, ut — ™~»*»"' ll «^ TfcUUrtlWIyjQWiiltoi^^ All prices include 7/4% California State -8UGOE8TEO MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES- DELIVERY TYPE PRICE Walk/Bike Route $ 9.00 Motor Route $9.50 Mail In Mendocino County...$12.00 Mall Outside the County $14.00 rrwtt* ptktktidnnce.' Uklah Dally Journal la not reaponaleto for advance payment made payable to carriers. Payment*- in advance anould be mailed directly to the UUah Dally Journal. Your newspaper should be delivered before 5 p.m. Monday through. Friday, and before 7 am, Sunday. There Is ho delvery on Saturday: To. report a missed newspaper, call the Circulation Department between $ rod «•» P;fn- Monday through Friday, or- between 7 and 9 a.m. Sunday. Save lime. Dial' address to: changes UMah Dally Journal. Pot! Office Box 746, Uklah- Cellorrta 95482. 6:30 p-m. Mon.ttinjFri

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