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Subject:

RAIN 11/15 : Door No 1, Door No. 2 or is it Door No. 3?

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Bangor Daily News 11/13/00
3 tribal governors continue documents dispute
http://www.bangornews.com/cgi-bin/article.cfm?storynumber=23810

by Susan Young
INDIAN ISLAND - Governors of three of the state's Indian tribes, who were
found in contempt of court last week for not turning over documents relating
to water regulation to three paper companies, will be at the Androscoggin
County Courthouse at 9 a.m. today. They will not be there to turn over
documents.
Superior Court Judge Robert Crowley ordered the three men to show up at the
building in Auburn that also houses the county jail at that time unless they
decided to turn over the documents or file an appeal of his ruling. Such an
appeal would be filed with the Maine Supreme Judicial Court in Portland.


USA Today 11/13/00
Jury's in: Lawyers find in favor of Net Ability to research and file
documents online raises level of efficiency
http://www.usatoday.com/usatonline/20001113/2831938s.htm

by Michelle Kessler
Greg Siskind has a happy marriage, lives in an area he loves and enjoys
practicing law -- thanks to the Internet.
In the early 1990s, Siskind was working for one of the largest law firms in
Nashville. He took the job after graduating from nearby Vanderbilt University
law school and was courting a woman he hoped would be his wife. There was
just one problem -- Siskind discovered that he wanted to be an immigration
lawyer after handling a few cases for his firm, and there wasn't much demand
for that specialty in the middle of Tennessee.
He looked for jobs out of state, but his fiancée made it clear that she
wasn't moving.
Then the Internet took off, and Siskind suddenly had a way to communicate
with potential clients around the world. During a frantic three months in
1994, he got married, put up a rudimentary Web site and started his own firm.


Los Angeles Times 11/13/00
Court records will soon be at your fingertips
http://www.latimes.com/editions/ventura/vcnews/20001113/t000108852.html

by Holly J. Wolcott
There won't be any smiling faces or pleasant banter about the latest hot
case, but local court officials promise that a new records section will be a
friendly place.
In a couple of weeks--give or take a couple of weeks--the Ventura County
Superior Court hopes to have its virtual public records counter up and
running on the Internet.
The site, which is several months behind schedule, will provide access on
traffic stuff, infractions and other criminal records for information about
charges, a case's status and hearing dates.


Edmonton Journal 11/13/00
Museum given 40,000 Italian records
Revered collection staying in Canada, despite overseas bid
http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news1/stories/001113/4861130.html

Frank Carenza is ready to say goodbye to thousands of recordings on the
shelves of his east Toronto home, the friends he and his wife Rose have cared
for lovingly over the past 50 years.
Caruso. Toscanini. Mascagni. Italian pop songs. The folksongs that Italians
sang as they prepared to move to Canada or the United States in the years
after the Second World War. The songs they sang after arriving in North
America. Dramatic performances by Italian actors. LPs. 45s. 78s.
"As I've listened to some of the tunes, I've been shedding a tear or two when
I realize I'm not going to hear them anymore," says Carenza, a 74-year-old
retired broadcaster, who is donating his collection of more than 40,000
recordings -- which have filled three entire rooms -- to the Canadian Museum
of Civilization.


USA Today 11/13/00
Book lovers defend Colo. Store
Owner refuses to share records with police in drug case
http://www.usatoday.com/usatonline/20001113/2832143s.htm

by Tom Kenworthy
DENVER -- In a little over a quarter-century, the Tattered Cover Book Store
has become a Denver institution, revered in its own quirky way as much as the
city's football team or its Red Rocks outdoor amphitheater.
The Tattered Cover's funky, sprawling building in the Cherry Creek
neighborhood, with cozy armchairs and couches nestled in nooks crammed with
reading material, is a Mecca for book lovers from throughout the USA.
Noted for its ambience, huge selection and customer service, Tattered Cover
is widely regarded as one of the nation's best general bookstores, a place
that houses 500,000 volumes and will scour the earth for any it does not
stock.



Salt Lake Tribune 11/14/00
Bid records were kept vague
http://www.sltrib.com/11142000/utah/43366.htm

by Linda Fantin
Olympic bid officials were told by their lawyers to intentionally keep
minutes of meetings vague, advice that could well undermine the usefulness of
those records in the Salt Lake bribery case.
Confidential documents obtained by The Salt Lake Tribune show that in the
early days of the 2002 bid, campaign chief financial officer Craig Peterson
complained to attorney Kelly Flint that minutes of executive committee
meetings were not detailed enough. Flint said it was done on purpose to
protect trustees from potential litigation, Peterson recalled in the
documents.
Another attorney with the Salt Lake City law firm Ray Quinney & Nebeker, Jim
Jardine, in a February 1996 memo also cautioned against making the minutes
more exact
Flint is now general counsel for the Salt Lake Organizing Committee, and
Jardine continues to provide outside legal advice. Both declined comment for
this story, citing attorney-client privilege.


Honolulu Advertiser 11/14/00
Historical photos stolen from Arakawa's
http://www.honoluluadvertiser.com/1114localnews19.html

by James Gonser
WAIPAHU - Several pieces of Hawai'i's plantation history disappeared last
week during two burglaries of the former Arakawa's store on Waipahu Depot
Road.
According to police, burglars broke into the vacant, plantation-style store
sometime between the afternoon of Nov. 9 and early Saturday morning, making
off with about a dozen historical photos framed in koa or sugar cane, and a
surfboard.
Former store owner Goro Arakawa said the photos depict the Waipahu area
before development took over and the sugar industry died.
He said customers would recognize the photos, which for decades hung in the
store.


New York Times 11/14/00
Mother lode of TV comedy is found in forgotten closet
http://www.nytimes.com/2000/11/14/arts/14SHOW.html

by Glenn Collins
The Egyptians may have King Tut's tomb. But now New Yorkers have Max
Liebman's closet.
The staff of the City Center in Manhattan has found 47 boxloads of long-lost
scripts and other memorabilia from "Your Show of Shows," "The Admiral
Broadway Revue" and many other pioneering television productions.
The papers were stashed away in the closet by Mr. Liebman, a legendary
producer from the golden age of television who died in 1981 at the age of 78.
The closet, which was locked and painted shut, is believed to have been
undisturbed for close to 40 years.


New York Times 11/14/00
Closet reveals comedy treasure trove
http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/arts/AP-Comedy-Rediscovered.html

Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) -- When workers cracked open the door of a forgotten closet in
midtown Manhattan, they uncovered a treasure trove of comedy more than 40
years old.
``It's as exciting as an Egyptian tomb that's been opened,'' comedian Carl
Reiner told The New York Times. ``Did they find any dead writers there?''
Not exactly.
But the City Center staff did find box upon box of scripts and other
memorabilia from ``Your Show of Shows,'' ``The Admiral Broadway Revue'' and a
number of other pioneering television shows, the Times reported Tuesday.


Nando Times 11/14/00
Holocaust lawyer goes underground
http://www.nando.com/noframes/story/0,2107,500279709-500438847-502811220-0,00.

html

by Pauline Jelinek
Associated Press
WASHINGTON (November 14, 2000 5:28 p.m. EST http://www.nandotimes.com) - A
former Nuremberg prosecutor warned the FBI in 1969 that he feared Holocaust
revisionist author David Irving planned to tamper with transcripts or tapes
of the Nazi war crimes trial in U.S. archives.
The British historian visited the National Archives numerous times. The
agency's retired expert on World War II records said Tuesday he knows of no
evidence that Irving mishandled records he examined.
A letter that the late Robert M.W. Kempner, who prosecuted Nazi war crimes
suspects in the postwar Nuremberg trials, wrote to then-FBI Director J. Edgar
Hoover, was among documents released by the FBI and the National Archives and
Records Administration.


Las Vegas Sun 11/14/00
Black sailors served in Civil War
http://www.lasvegassun.com/sunbin/stories/nat-gen/2000/nov/14/111400450.html

Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Researchers have documented that approximately 18,000
blacks, including more than a dozen women, served in the U.S. Navy during the
Civil War, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
The number is about 8,000 more than researchers had expected to find when
they began examining records at the National Archives, including personnel
files. The work was done by researchers from the Naval Historical Center in
conjunction with Howard University's Department of History and the National
Park Service.


Times of India 11/15/00
Documents damaged in Churchgate fire
http://www.timesofindia.com/today/15mbom1.htm

MUMBAI: One person was killed and another injured while property and several
documents belonging to the Western Railway (WR) were damaged in two separate
incidents of fire in the metropolis on Tuesday morning.
According to the fire brigade, one Murtaza Mushtaq (25) was killed and
Shakeel (20) was injured following a explosion due to gas leakage from a
cylinder at Oshiwara. Several hutments and a garage were also gutted in the
blaze which occurred at 11.10 a.m.
Earlier, property and several railway documents were destroyed in a fire that
broke out in the first floor of the administrative office of WR at Churchgate
station. However, no casualties were reported.



Portland Press Herald 11/14/00
Tribal leaders appeal ruling, stay out of jail
http://www.portland.com/news/state/001114tribes.shtml

by Roberta Scruggs
AUBURN - The governors of the Penobscot Nation and Passamaquoddy Tribes
stayed out of jail Monday and avoided turning over documents to three paper
companies by appealing, reluctantly, to the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.
"I don't feel, sitting in jail, I can really be a leader to my people," Gov.
Barry Dana of the Penobscot Nation said at a news conference Monday. "I'm not
sure being a martyr is going to get us anywhere."
On Thursday, Superior Court Justice Robert Crowley stunned Dana and
Passamaquoddy Govs. Richard Doyle of Pleasant Point and Richard Stevens of
Indian Township by citing them for contempt of court and ordering them to
jail.


Orange County Register 11/14/00
Criminal used the DMV for aliases
Identity: Felon repeatedly altered his appearance and thumbprint to obtain 83
driver's licenses
http://www.ocregister.com/news/dmv01114cci1.shtml

by Kimberly Kindy
It took the Department of Motor Vehicles over eight years to catch up with
the many faces of Randall Clifton Kling.
The convicted felon managed to fool the DMV 83 times, securing a driver's
license for each of his numerous aliases and using the licenses to bolster
his life of crime, according to department and court records.
He was brazen. Visiting as many as 10 DMV offices in one day, the 44-year-old
repeatedly posed for the department's cameras, using plastic surgery and hair
dye to alter his appearance over the years, according to DMV documents,
police and interviews with victims.


Las Vegas Review-Journal 11/14/00
Curiosity drives genealogy enthusiasts
Researching family trees requires sleuthing skills old and new
http://www.lvrj.com/lvrj_home/2000/Nov-14-Tue-2000/living/14775733.html

by Joan Whitely
Feed a family genealogist one tidbit of information, and he or she
immediately craves more. Their appetites are insatiable.
Helen Smith of Las Vegas, for example, started searching about 25 years ago
to learn more about her grandparents, all of whom came from Finland.
At last report, she has traced her lineage back to 1430. Her 14th
great-grandfather on her maternal grandfather's side was Ragvald Koiraniemi
from the Finnish province of Vaasa.
Without stepping outside the United States, Smith was able to view Lutheran
church records from the Genealogical Society of Finland -- thanks to the
Internet.



Denver Post 11/14/00
Treasury report on Indian trusts sought
http://www.denverpost.com/news/news1114d.htm

by Bill McAllister
Denver Post Washington Bureau Chief
WASHINGTON - Lawyers for the Colorado-based Native American Rights Fund asked
a federal judge Monday to make public an internal report on six Treasury
Department lawyers accused of improper conduct in the handling of Indian
trust records.
Treasury officials are attempting to keep the report secret, saying it deals
with personnel issues.
U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth has not indicated when he might rule on
a request from Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers to seal the report on the
lawyers' conduct. Dow Jones Co., publisher of The Wall Street Journal, has
asked Lamberth for the right to intervene in the case so it can argue for
releasing the report.


Huntsville Times 11/14/00
Two honored for historic preservation work
A&M history professor, Echota Cherokee leader recognized by state
http://www.al.com/news/huntsville/Nov2000/14-e9743.html

Staff reports
A history professor at Alabama A&M University and a leader of the Echota
Cherokee Tribe of Alabama have won state awards for their work in historic
preservation.
Dr. James Johnson of A&M and Billy Shaw of Cullman were among 10 people who
received distinguished service awards Saturday night at the state Capitol
from Alabama Historical Commission.
They were among 80 nominees for the awards.




Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Richmond, Va
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