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Sedalia Sunday Democrat (Newspaper) - November 1, 1998, Sedalia, Missouri 1998 Arson 4A Are you a 8A No allowed La Monte to state Inn repair offer group disappointed with owner's RON Si DM u group of Sedalia business people hoping to save the Sedalia Trust Inn washed their hands of owner Yuri Ives The preservation group had a plan to put a roof on the building to save it from deterioration over the winter but Mr. Ives refused to accept always believed in the philosophy that beggars can't be said Sedalia architect George Esser who has been involved in the negotiations from the was offered an opportunity and he chose to impose his on Mr. Esser we're done It's up to It's his building and his group would have paid Sedalia contractor Bob president of ACI Construction Co. to at cost a roof on the downtown which was heavily damaged by fire in September 1997. The offer stipulated that the group would be deemed the first party to be paid the proceeds of any insurance settlement Mr Ives other Mr. Ives demanded that the building's loft should not be touched if would have substantially increased the cost of the roof is imperative that a roof be erected before winter to prevent further Mr. Esser Mr. insurance United Fire and rejected his claim of more than Among the reasons cited were that there is no coverage for fire intentionally caused by or at the direction of Mr. that Mr. Ives didn't cooperate during the and that the claim submitted by Mr. Ives material Ives denies the insurance company's to the Missouri Department of Mr. Ives has not filed suit against the insurance company for David Curry said he felt for the city and our that an agreement couldn't be member of the David said he is i pointed but is satisfied that the group had done all it gave it our very best Halloween Carnival at Convention Hall was the place for to see and to be seen on Halloween Ryan 16 makes his Halloween debut in a bumblebee costume while Emily 2, came dressed as a happy put on variety of LISA MK Sl DM lA 1)1 MIK of all camouflaged hims and wicked witches and Barbies Dolly Parton even put in havoc hit the Convention Hall at liberty Park Saturday Sedalia car dealers and the Sedalia Parks and Recreation hosted a Halloween Carnival in tiie complete with costume games and even a haunted those attending were Lee and Tracy and their chihuahua who her first Other included old who made an adorable So did Josie who turned 2 in original costume for ages 1 to 3 was Jordan 2\ of Green who came as a Hershey's The costume was made by a of Jordan's 2\ enjoyed the festivities her mother supposed to dress up as something you aren't for said we dressed up as an Ramon 2, aka played musical while 8-month old Lyza dozed Sedalia Democrat places first in newspaper design Cny Sedalia Democrat's design was judged the best of Missouri's larger papers in the Missouri Press Association's Better Newspaper ITie Democrat won five other honors in the annual whose winners were announced Saturday at the annual convention competing 2 with the largest newspapers in won first place in newspaper The St. Joseph placed second and the Joplin Globe Democrat was redesigned April 6, the day the paper began morning Democrat received an mention in the competition for best front which was won by the St. Democrat also received an honorable mention for best news Democrat placed first for best young people's Todd a devastating fire almost 14 months efforts to restore the Koppen Trust Building remain on hold. Weeds and debris accumulate behind the safety barricade erected on the south side of the downtown Nixon closes on in moats LOUIS A new media poU indicates Democrat Jay who spent most of his advertising budget on television attack eating into Republican Sen. Christopher large poll also showed Democrat Claire ahead but in a tight race with Republican Chuck Pierce in tile state auditor's and voters surveyed favored legalizing slot machines on casinos float in artificial commissioned by the St. Louis and television station found that among 600 likely voters 46.5 percent supported Bond and 35.5 percent said they backed The poll's margin of error is plus or minus 4 percentage conducted Thursday and Friday by Zogby of found that had slashed in half Bond's lead of almost 23 percentage points in an earlier 70 percent of the incumbents lose if into the final weekend the support of less than 50 percent of tiie voters and lead is less than 10 percentage said pollster lead is 11." can win Zogby if he captures most of the nearly 18 percent of voters surveyed who remained voters usually lean toward tile Zogby That's particularly striking in this he most of tiie undecided voters said they were Democrats or holds a narrower lead over in the SL Louis 43.5 percent to 36.1 while holding a wider edge 4.3 percent to 35.2 garnered support of almost 72 percent of tiie Democrats compared Bond's support 58 percent of a dramatic improvement for and a sharp decline for In the earlier had the support of 54 percent of the Democrats while Bond had the backing of 83 percent of the credited tiie success in convincing voters jobs will be lost and taxes will increase if the proposal in line tiie earlier he which noted that voters were split on tiie in but shifted dramatically when the issue was presented in the context of jobs and has since moved to the St. Joseph won first place for best photo package for his essay portraying the final months of the life of Brian Schad of who succumbed to cancer shortly after graduating high Democrat received an honorable mention for best special section for its 1997 fiall football Way's final goal not too far out of has raised County United Way has raised 62 percent of its goal for its 1999 fund-raising of Oct. 30, the agency had raised The goal is the industrial division has brought in reported total donations of Fantasia had a total amount of Gardner Denver contributed Tyson Broderick and Payless and Duke are all in the middle of their campaigns will report within the next two according to United Way donations include J. A. Umy at and Awards for companies donating or more went to J. C. which contributed Third National and Southwestern pledges include Sutherland State Claims and Bryant this the business division has contributed iw 130, NO. 301, 32 1998 Sedalia
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