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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - March 3, 1990, Hutchinson, Kansas                                The Hutchinson News March 28 Year 118 243 Miss Carole won the Miss USA crown Fri day night in Page A drug dealer was convicted of murder in for supply ing the cocaine that caused a college students We like to think this would put people on notice that there are other consequences to sell ing drugs besides distribution said Dan assist ant district A jury victed Brad Noble in the 1984 overdose death of Ryan Rich an 18yearold freshman at Panhandle State In a remarkable mass mea Massachusetts politicians are lining up to confess their past dalliance with an urge to repent that began when the attorney general fessed up to using the demon State Attorney General James went to the confes sional first during a midweek tele vision where he was being queried about his tough stance on casual drug Within 24 more politicians lined up at the On the Boston under the Page One headline Pols who have gone to lined up thumbnail photos of some who acknowledged dabbling in marijuana The poli ticians made their admissions when asked by the British searching for quasars in far outer said Friday they believe they have stum bled across an undiscovered galaxy in our back They said if their finding is it is the first new galaxy discovered in 35 Richard McMahon of the Cambridge University Institute of Astronomy said he and colleague Michael Irwin discovered the very dwarf gal two weeks He said they are doublechecking to make sure no one spotted it National International Yesterdays weather extremes High 87 at Low 2 below zero at West Yel The days of the drug lords may not be over yet but their days are President George speaking to a crowd at an anti drug rally in Santa Intercepted fetter DENNIS RICE name dropper Hutchinson Festivals Dear We cant wait to see the button Hutch A spy conies in from the cold Former KGB agent talks of death plots WASHINGTON AP Victor Iv anovich once KGB agent told a news conference Friday in the late the Soviet Union had two sources inside the State Department able to deliver secret information on pol icy and negotiating Nearly a decade after the CIA arranged his disappearance from Moscow on May appeared before a news conference and for the first time told at least bits and pieces of his story in The former KGB major and commu nications and cypher expert said he was motivated by admiration for his new country and offered himself as a person able to detect the real from the false as the Soviet Union moves closer to democratic Victor Sheymov But an American citizen since also said he had written a book about his experiences and was looking for a after a 78minute session in which he dodged or declined to answer questions seeking specifics on Soviet espionage ac Sheymov passed out business cards bearing the name Victor which he has used for the last His most sensational allegation was while on a trip to Poland in the chief of the KGBs Warsaw station showed him a cable from Yuri then the KGBs Obtain all the in formation possible on how to get physi cally close to the Sheymov said he interpreted this as a directive from later to become the general secretary of the Soviet Com munist to arrange the assassination of Polishborn Pope John Paul In KGB it was clearly indicated that there was only one reason to get close to a person and that was to assassinate kill he They would never say kill or assassi nate he There were gen tler He said that the order was given to obtain the requested information from data already contained in the KGBs files with no outside inquiries to be Allegations of Soviet involvement in a plot to murder the pope surfaced after an attempt on the pontiffs life in 1981 by a Turkish No connection to Mos cow was ever firmly whose 1980 defection was kept secret for a said he told his story to the CIA but did not know what was done with the Asked if he was unhappy with the CIAs use of the he I cer tainly didnt Gee I told you and you didnt take care of Sheymov told the news conference that the Soviet spy agency had two sources inside the State Asked if he meant that two Americans were providing information to the Soviets about State Department he re He was asked to provide specifics and Up on a roof Grant lifts pieces of wooden shingles Friday while working on the roof of a home at 4 Countryside Grant was helping his reroof the Photo by Sandra Watts Grant is the son of Mike and Elaine South Kaifu open twoday summit RANCHO AP Presi dent opening a twoday desert assured Japanese Prime Minister Toshiki Kaifu on Friday that a cutback of troops in Asia will not undermine stability or secu rity an official The two leaders avoided discussing Japans huge trade surplus and the growing trade tensions between the worlds largest economic leaving those subjects for a smiling Bush said as he shook hands with Kaifu across a conference table at a posh country Leaders discuss troop cuts Despite the economic Bush em phasized the positive in his opening There are so many areas of common interest where we have such a strong rela tionship with The very fact that Kaifu responded to his invitation for the hastily arranged meeting was an important display of your feelings about our Bush Certainly my inviting you here is a strong indication from us about the importance of this Bush The two leaders met for an hour before gathering again for dinner at the heavily guarded estate of millionaire publisher Wal ter Emerging from a oneonone Bush We had a very good There was no sign of although White House press secretary Marlin Fitz water said Bush would warn the prime min ister that Congress was in very tough See Page 2 Whats in a name For Hutchinsons coming the answers appear to be endless By Duane Schrag The Hulchinfton News Judging by the entries in the contest to name the festival that is replacing both of Hutchinsons July 4th celebra the new festival could end up being called something quite unlike Main Street Event and Prai How about Hutchinsons Pa triots Extra ordinary Extra vaganza and Ex hibition Yucca Buck Aroo Muttin But a Good Time No Ugly Holidays in Hutchin son Its been said Dennis secretary of Hutchinson Festivals the nonprofit cor poration that has formed to han dle the new It really It has been very TheName the Festival held from 19 to drew 474 entries from all over Among the entries Hutchinsons Patriots Extraordinary Extravaganza and Exhibition Yucca Buck Aroo Muttin But a Good Time and No Ugly Holidays in The response to the Name the Festival which was from 19 to has been said There were 474 entries from all over The executive board of Hutchin son Festivals has narrowed the en tries to 57 final ists the board of directors is to choose a winner said The winner will receive After the test is Hutchinson Fes tivals will sponsor another this one for the design of a festi val In recent there has been talk of merging PrairieFest and the Main Street Rice said that all the bills incurred by PrairieFest will be paid this Associated Press photo Antidrug campaigners President Bush signals thumbs up as he acknowl edges the cheers of schoolchildren Friday in Santa Bush addressed a football stadium and said that antidrug efforts in the United States were showing At Bushs right is actor Chuck Page See Page 2 Doskocil lays off employees By Jan Biles The Hutchinson News Several employees were laidoff Friday at Doskocil Companies a South Hutchinson pizza topping Employees learned of the layoff Friday afternoon and evening from their crew accord ing to a source who requested There was no formal the source Employees were told that the layoff would be in effect at least one Laidoff workers were given the option of taking vaca tion pay during that The source didnt know the number of employees who were affected by the layoff or whether the layoff would extend beyond a The News attempted to contact a number of Doskocil officials Friday Larry senior vice president of said information concerning the layoff would have to come from the companys Win Neil Although Neal told The News that Neilson was at the South Hutchinson plant Friday no one answered the The News also called several Doskocil employees to ask their reactions to the None of the workers would The layoff comes after two weeks of upheaval at the com which included decreasing stock a loan default and a recall of a batch of pizza The price of one share of Dos kocil stock rose Thursday and Friday after falling to a low of on The price of one share of stock Thursday was the bid price had in creased Friday to In the bid price for one share of stock was By the end of the the price had dropped to about Clos ing price for the stock on 23 was The increase in stock price came after an announcement Wednesday that Doskocil de faulted on a million loan used to finance its 1988 leveraged buyout of Wilson Chemical Bank of New York and Doskocils senior leaders de clared the company to be in de fault after the company was un able to make a million loan The default was triggered when Doskocils borrowing made up ofinventory and ac counts fell below the agreed Larry the companys said earlier this week that the high interest expense on the debt and the delayed sale of Wilson Foods Brand Division had caused the company to experience cash flow Those prob lems were compounded by lower thanexpected firstquarter oper ating Chemical Bank also prevented Doskocil from making a interest payment on another A week before the loan default was company officials issued a nationwide recall of ap proximately pounds of frozen pork pizza topping which might have been contaminated fragments of a broken light   

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