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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 31, 1990, Hutchinson, Kansas The Hutchinson News July 18 Year 119 28 Good White House Chief of Staff John goes nose to nose with Missouri John Ashcroft during Sununus visit Sunday to the National Governors Conference in A View from the White House was the topic of Sununus speech to the gov Someone shouted that there was a bum in the By the time the passengers shout in the back of a Greyhound bus was repeated down the aisle Sunday and reached the it sounded to the driver like a bomb in the So the driver slammed on the and passengers scrambled for the Before things got straightened police closed the high ways southbound lanes for about two stalling traffic for 15 Eight months after suspending magazine is headed back to the newsstand without ad The magazine also has a slightly new The World of Dick Tracy has a gang of funny faced bad guys on the run in movie and Bart Simpson rules television airwaves and Tshirt but the summer belongs to Spider Man for comic book Less than two weeks after its release in the first issue of a new Marvel Comics titled simply Spider became the bestselling comic in A passerby became a heroic life guard in an unlikely locale when a chimpanzee jumped into a 5footdeep moat at the Detroit The man hauled the 135pound chimp from the moat Sunday and pulled it safely onto an In a 20yearold fe male chimp drowned in the moat a week after the exhibit Chimpanzees cannot swim because they have too little body There is no such thing as a free lunch in unless youre willing to dine in a One piece trunks or shorts dont qualify for the free meals at a Hampden Township The deal is limited to twopiece suits for women and skimpy briefs for The weekday lunch offer lasts through TV Yesterdays weather extremes High 115 at Bullhead and Low 34 at I drank my sometimes drops of Pedrito explaining how he survived 14 days trapped amid the rubble of the earth quakeshattered Hyatt Hotel in Philip Intercepted letter CONNIE CHUNG CBS star New York Dear Now thats a career move that might bring the best dividend Hutch CBS star wants tot Connie Chung plans aggressive approach to having a baby NEW YORK API Connie Chung said Monday that shes putting her new television series on hold while she tries to become The which surprised CBS executives when the 43 yearold anchorwoman asked for it last marked the second time this year that a female anchor of a network news series has opted for a family over a in Chungs it would be CBS said it would welcome Face to Face With Connie Chung back as a series when she is ready to re We want very much to have a said who is married to A Current Affair anchorman Maury time is running out for me when it comes to Connie Chung Chung noted that she will be 44 next After consulting with her doctors last she said in a she became convinced she needs to take a very aggressive approach to a Because of she she has to lighten her and thus now will only do Face to Face as periodic specials in stead of the series that CBS had put on its Monday night lineup for this CBS will replace Chungs show with The Trials of Rosie See Page 2 Engravalle charged with illegal dumping By Dennis Darrow The Hulchlnaon News MCPHERSON Trash hauler Joseph Engravalle has been charged with three felony counts in connection with the illegal dumping of chromic acid sludge at the McPherson County Kansas Attorney General Rob ert Stephan filed the criminal charges against Engravalle on a spokesman for Stephens office Engravalle would face a possible prison term and fine if On the day after the charges were Engravalle turned himself over to McPher son County the spokesman After his he was released on a the spokesman Stephan accuses Engravalle of unlawfully directing employees of his Sunflower Sanita tion to dispose of chromic acid sludge in the The material was allegedly dumped at the landfill on three separate dates May 23 and 7 in the at torney general Engravalle is not licensed to receive or store chromic acid which is defined as a haz ardous waste material under state Stephan The three charges stem from the three dates the dumping allegedly took State law bans people from willfully and knowingly causing the transportation and disposition of hazardous waste in a manner not approved by the Kansas De partment of Health and En The penalties for violating the law can be Violation is a class C felony the same class of felony as most drug trafficking Each count is punishable by maximum penalties of 20 years in prison and a Engravalle was out of the office Monday and could not be reached for a Sunflower Sanita tion employee His Jack of also was unavailable for Its a lot of work But Reno 4H Fair is a showcase of youngsters efforts By Sara Peterson The Hutchinson News It may not have been a blacktie but the Reno County 4H Fair Horse Show was a dressup affair for 38 riders and their horses The daylong competition brought out riders between the ages of 7 and 18 to vie in both riding and showmanship Aside from hours of the show meant hours of tack mane combing and horse washing for the While waiting for their number to be Kimberly and her Bonne kept busy combing the tail of a paint Shetland This is the second time Kim berly has competed in the 4H horse Last the Lang don girl showed her pony in the clubs spring Its a lot of she as she pulled a comb through the ponys We had to give her a bath and comb her hair and clean her Its kind of a hard On Kimberly competed in the halter and Vicki and Heather both of stayed up until 3 Monday getting ready for the Between baking cookies and grooming their ani mals for the girls man See Page 3 Shae 12yearold daughter of Mel and Pam waits to show her appaloosa at Photos by Chris Ochsner the Reno County 4H Fair on Monday at the Kansas State Shae and Diamond won a secondplace red Hutchinson man killed in onecar accident By Dennis Darrow The Hutehinton Newi KINSLEY A Hutchinson man died early Monday morning after losing control of his car on 50 about 19 miles east of the Kansas Highway Pa trol Randy of 903 East was ejected from his 1975 Chrysler twodoor car after it veered off the entered a V field and rolled over at least one the patrol Smith was a machinist for Cross Manufacturing in He lived in Hutchinson most of his life and is survived by a son and who live in Ponca The wreck occurred about in an area about one mile west of the intersection of 50 and The is lo cated about 19 miles east of Kins ley 65 miles west of The intersection is about 10 miles east of the city of According to the Smith was driving west on 50 when his car left the roadway veered off the shoulder of the The cat traveled north and entered a After rolling at least one the car came to rest on its The car was the patrol No other information about the accident was available late Mon The trooper who worked the accident could not be reached for Smiths funeral is set for 11 today in Fairlawn Cemetery in according to Os enbaugh Funeral Hutch A preliminary hearing was set for 1 14 at the McPherson County District Court in At the a judge will decide whether En gravalle must enter a plea to the Stephan will not prosecute the Deputy attorney general Ed Van Petten of who in April conducted a secret inquisi tion into the dumping is expected to The arrest of Engravalle caps a summer of turmoil surrounding his role in the operation of the McPherson County which Engravalles company leased from the county for a In early state investiga tors unearthed at least30 plastic drums of chromic acid waste from the Chromic acid is a carcinogen and is highly In response to the the McPherson Commission terminated its contract with En Innocents massacred in Liberia Liberia AP Loyalist soldiers of President Samuel Doe burst into a Lutheran church compound Monday and massacred at least 600 civilian including many chil witnesses State Department officials in Washington said late Monday that their based on reports from Em bassy staff still in in dicates about 200 had been killed by Liberian In either a spokesman for Doe denied the In a telephone call to the British Broadcasting in the spokesman said rebels wear ing government uniforms killed the civilians in the early morning Witnesses said most victims were children and some with babies strapped to their backs and others cowering in They had been seeking refuge from the civil which began in late December when rebels invaded from neighboring Ivory Coast in a bid to oust The rebels accuse in power since of rights abuses and People who said they escaped the attack alleged about 30 sol diers blasted the church door down with machines They then opened fire on about people from the Gio and Mano tribes who had taken refuge Government troops have killed hundreds of Gios and whose tribes have supported the rebels seeking to overthrow Doe and speak a different language than Does Most of Does troops are from his Krahn tribe and the Mandingo Earlier White House deputy press secretary Stephen Hart said Embassy officials had confirmed government troops slaughtered at least 200 people at the church compound in Mon There was no independent confirmation of the 600 dead fig The White House condemned the massacre as a senseless act of terror but had no plans to send in At this point we dont believe that would be a prudent course of Hart Witnesses said soldiers broke into the church compound at ab out Z when the refugees were There was no tele so victims had no way of calling for Bodies of some people appar ently killed while trying to flee were hanging from window frames of the church said one person who visited the I saw dead bodies all the source speak ing on condition of Other witnesses who refused to give their names said they saw women with their heads smashed open or blown to pieces by bul COLDEN GLOVES ANNIVERSARV BINGO Tonltel Surprise on
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