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Anaheim Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 5, 1991, Anaheim, California 5, 1991 460 let the early morning clouds fool you it's going to be hot again by High 87 Low 60 man sentenced to ANA An Anaheim man convicted of killing his wife and who wrote a ditty threatening other friends and relatives was sentenced to life imprisonment Friday by judge who said the murderer inspired County Superior Court Judge Robert Fitzgerald waxed poetic in handing down the sentence against David Lee see won't seek second R. York Times News Prime Minister Toshiki Kaifu was forced Friday to abandon his effort to win a second term in office after his most powerful party benefactors abruptly withdrew their sudden withdrawal by Kaifu cleared the way for a chaotic scramble to succeed him among several leaders of the Liberal Democratic has governed Japan uninterrupted for 36 He is to remain in office until his term expires on Oct. 30. and analysts agreed that the contest would be one of the most bitter in many but that no major policy matters would be at the leading candidates hold the same basically conservative view of economic issues coupled with strong support of the United and policies in Japan by consensus among political leaders and bureaucrats who will continue to wield the leading candidates to succeed Kaifu are former Prime Minister Noboru Kiichi a former deputy prime Tsutomu a former Agriculture Ichiro a former secretary general of the governing and Michio a former minister of trade and collapse of power base came early Friday when it became clear that his main withdrew his backing out of irritation with what was deemed to be the prime minister's impetuousness and equivocation on the issue of political action came after a long period of rising dissatisfaction among party elders over general performance on the Persian Gulf Co. plans to fight The Irvine Co. has agreed to pay legal fees associated with its Mountain Park project and battle any county plans to use eminent domain to acquire any of the 3,179 acres of unincorporated project land for a jail or a company official said plans are detailed in a Foothill Community development agreement set to be considered by the Planning Commission The agreement also sets further restrictions on the development of nearly 8,000 homes and 179 acres of commercial spaces in Gypsum agreed to everything that's in the said Jay an Irvine Co. vice tried to reach all the major a staff report to the city officials also said a significant contribution by the developer in enhancing and accelerating the provision of public improvements and services in the Hill and Canyon project also includes development of three elementary a middle high city maintenance yard and three neighborhood and two community a community center and open City Council approved the project July 23, despite protests from environmentalists and Orange County Both groups have since filed lawsuits the claiming that environmental impacts of the project weren't adequately addressed in reports that analyzed the proposed county wants a see Martinez holds her puppy Elvis for Father Ed to bless at St. Boniface Catholic School Friday creatures great and officials search for account might be M. Father Ed lifted his hands up to praise the the the stars and even the snakes Friday the snakes and the hamsters and the frogs and the and the dogs and the cats and the bunnies were all blessed as part of St. Boniface School's celebration of St. Francis of looked forward annual blessing when they bring their pets to Amber 10, brought her pet for the second clutched the frightened bunny as her friends asked to hold walked around sprinkling the pets with holy water as students and parents tried to control the animals and keep the dogs from biting each Carly 10, Please see fly to Bush wary of Haiti from the United States and eight other nations flew to Haiti on Friday to pressure the country's military leaders to restore President Aristide to Bush met with Aristide in he was reluctant to use U.S. military force to reverse Monday's coup if American lives are in any way the remained with most shops and businesses closed for the fifth day since the Armed forces continued to patrol the but their presence appeared reduced from continuous radio reports of clashes between security forces and Aristide supporters and death tolls that Aristide said had reached about 500, the army banned radio and TV broadcasts to ransacked Radio a station which the day before had reported a according director of independent Radio Haiti giving the brief report of the Dominique said Radio Haiti was going off the air until the come to their Friday afternoon nearly all the 12 independent radio stations were off the Radio is the main source of news for Public Utilities Department officials are considering using money set aside for stabilizing rates to pay for power projects and balance the department's response to the city council's demand that the department cut its utilities officials might take council members up on their suggestion to fund power projects with the account was established to keep utilities rates from fluctuating said Bob Utilities Board I'd like to see it used for the purpose it was designed to benefit the Ray utilities department cautioned that several options are being explored and using money from is only one problem with using the account to drastically reduce rates is that the account will be depleted and then the ratepayers will get hit with large increases down the Kazarian to the council's refusal to raise rates to balance the department's utilities officials budgeted about million dollars from the account to offset rate hikes due to operating costs projected for next Merchant that figure was budgeted prior to the department's knowledge of windfalls from lawsuits against Southern California Edison Co. alleging that Edison overcharged for department received more than million recently and is expecting to receive as much as million in the Edward utilities general see Freedom Esperanza High football team continues to roll with a 24-12 win over Long Beach Jordan on Friday 69, No. 40; 5 158 problems in children impede York Times News The children Geneva Ballou sees in her school nurse's office here can neither breathe nor hear and cannot calm themselves when they are They are part of a silent plague in America's schools children whose ailments are not but the neighborhood of Mrs. Ballou's about 13 percent of children were born which means they have a much higher risk of school one-third of those children were born to teen-age and 40 percent of those mothers had no prenatal care in the first trimester of their leaving their babies even more vulnerable to disabilities that hobble them in Pittsburgh and across the millions of children go to school every day suffering from these insidious effects of poverty and lack of access to regular health sure all children are healthy and intellectually stimulated enough to be ready to learn leads the list of six national education goals that President Bush says he wants to achieve by the year 2000. a report card on those issued last drew harsh attacks from They said it understated the depth of the problem and failed to address the goal by not making crucial links between poor health care and school United States ranks 26th in the behind countries as poor as in the percentage of low babies 6.9 percent of all American and 13 percent of black children in 1988, according to the Children's Defense a children's advocacy 40 percent of black and nearly of all women in the United States get no prenatal care in the first the group percent of poor children have health problems that interfere with according United States Department of The say pediatricians and are children who enter school already start at kindergarten misses the said Dr. Tanya Pagan medical director of Primary Care Health a network of seven community health centers here that serve mostly poor who works closely with school nurses in Pittsburgh and treats many of the same starting school aren't and there is no way to talk about it without talking about health and access to the time they are ready to start school 12 percent of the children in the United States suffer from problems that hamper These problems include lead prenatal exposure to drugs and low birth according to Lucile a professor of public health at Brown University who a of a study last year that traced the links between preventable health conditions and learning
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