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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 8, 1992, Hutchinson, Kansas The Hutchinson News August 24 Year 121 36 Need a new mower Heres a deal for you morning Seventeenmonthold Alex andra smiles while standing in her crib at a childrens hospital in Alex andra cannot but her crying face pictured behind the bulletshattered window of a bus in Sarajevo in the photo graph below became one of the most eloquent images of civil war in former A London magistrate fined a couple for having sex and smoking in a nonsmoking compartment on a It was only on their action in lighting up the cigarettes that the witnesses actually came up to them and complained about their behav prosecutor Nazir Afzal told the court Adolf Hitler might have regarded it as the ultimate compliment or per haps the ultimate Ex tended excerpts pf Mein Kampf his creed of racial antisemitism and Aryan su have been translated into Hebrew for the first time in a book that is on sale at a bookshop at the Hebrew University of The written some seven dec ades ago in a Bavarian is banned throughout and its publication in the capital of the Jew ish people marks another Holocaust taboo that has quietly been violated in the Jewish 18 1 Yesterdays temperature extremes High 111 at Lake Havasu Low 31 at I pray every night for I get on my My momma prays every night for Damian Williams of Los Angeles in a taped confession to attacking trucker Reginald Denny during the southcentral Los Angles riots that broke out after a jury failed to con four white police officers of beat ing a black Intercepted letter By Sonya Ross The Associated Press WASHINGTON If youve got a gaspowered lawn mower that jolts the neigh bors awake on Saturday morn you could be one of the people to get in on a deal an nounced Friday The federal government will let you swap it for a cordless electric model so environmental researchers can determine better ways to cut air pollution gener ated in the pursuit of a perfect This offer was made by the Environmental Protection Agency along with the National Consortium for Emissions Re ductions in Lawn an organ ization that contains mainly elec tric Up to electric which cost about will be given away to help EPAs re The swap works like this vol unteers turn in their gas mowers at a participating electric which exchanges it for an electric mower and forwards the gas powered one to the The EPA tests the gas mowers for The consortium monitors the electric mowers for The consumer gets a free electric for Unhappy electricmower users can get their old mowers By including the general pub we can help them make a contribution to the said Thomas president of the Edison Electric which is part of the The nations estimated 83 mil lion lawn mowers produce as much pollution as million new the consortium Its pre liminary studies show that switching to electric mowers could cut emissions more than 70 times EPA estimates that using a gaspowered mower for one hour generates as many ozonecreating T 1 f f Lastminute instructions of the 184th ease of an ho c ttohtar Pridav1 M Hutchinson Prairie Skies Air Search for three escapees continues as authorities comb Russell County pollutants as driving a car for 50 Put in using your gasolinepowered lawn mower for one hour will generate as much pollution as using your car for almost two said EPA Ad ministrator William Participating utilities are Bal timore Gas Boston Indianapolis Power New England Electric New York State Electric Oklahoma Gas Potomac Electric Power Com Tampa Electric and West ern EPA also is working with com panies that manufacture gas powered mowers on ways to make them environmentally Reilly Reilly and Kuhn took cordless electric mowers for a test spin on a patch of downtown lawn There wasnt a noticeable differ ence in the quality of the although Reillys had to be pushed down before it caught any The electric version had a humming considerably qui eter than the BRUMMMMMMM of a gaspowered mower also on hand You dont wake your neigh bors up when you do this at 7 Kuhn Red Cross visits camps inside Bosnia By Tony Smith The Associated Press Bosnia Herzegovina Fresh allegations of atrocities by Serb forces in Bosnia surfaced but both President Bush and a senior commander counseled caution about military President responding to swelling outrage in the world said the United States will not rest until Serbs grant full access to their deten tion But he also said any use of force would have to be taken in conjunction with the United I do not want to see the United States bogged down in into some guerrilla war Bush The Red Cross said it has vis ited three Serbrun detention centers in Bosnia and found harsh but no evidence so far of Nazistyle death Pierre spokesman for the International Committee of the Red said Friday the Swissrun agency was pressing for access to a camp at the scene of reported starvation and and expected to get permission to visit it Gauthier said Red Cross rep resentatives have so far visited prisoners at 10 internment centers in Three of them are run by If we had found any death we would have been ob liged to Gauthier For the this isnt the At the United mean Bosnian Ambassador Mohamed Sacirby released a re port showing that peace keepers knew about summary executions of Muslims as far back as The report was written by a peacekeeper and based on interviews with 18 It was never forwarded to the Security Council so it could con sider officials Dole supports ar strike s to deliver aid By Barry Massey The Associated Press WASHINGTON An in ternational coalition should use military force to de liver food and medi cine to the people of Bosnia Her Senate Re publican Leader Bob Dole said any military re sponse should be limited to air cover or a naval blockade and not ground he He also emphasized that military action must be undertaken by a group of nations and not the United States Weve got to do something without getting bogged down over Dole said in a telephone press conference with Kansas broadcasters and I think the best way to do it is with the air The Kansas Republican ex pressed support for President Bushs latest response to the ethnic warfare in the former See Page 2 The memo was passed part way up the bureaucratic chain of officials and then referred to the Red which has been trying to get into camps to inspect Also Yugoslav Premier Milan Panic said he will order Serb officials in Bosnia to close See Page 2 JOHN SMITH medal winner Barcelona Dear How about mens gymnastics in Hutch By Mark Pagan The Hulchteion Newt RUSSELL Three escapees from the Ellsworth County jail eluded authorities for the second straight day with law of ficers having combed a 640acre field in southeast Russell County to no Late Friday authorities had not located the three teen agers who assaulted a left the jail and stole a county rescue vehicle about 8 The men and their descriptions Rodger Love is a 5 foot8 white 140 with brown hair and hazel Shawn is a 5 foot8 white 130 with brown hair and brown Keith Alan is a Sfoot9 white 140 with brown hair and brown Friday mornings search comprising about 25 Dorrance fire trucks and at least three dogs was prompted by a report from a woman who said that a man came up to her house late Thursday night and com plained of car said Dennis a Russell County sheriffs The woman described the man to officers and then positively identified the through a as one of the three Seirer We took it as a prowler in oroitreaaA but one thing led to Seirer Soon af six departments of area lawenforcement agencies were rushing to the about 18 miles northwest of Dogs tracked a set of tennis shoe footprints along a creek about miles southeast of Dor The prints could have come from Seirer but they were in the area of the reported The from 11 Thursday to daybreak involved the Kansas Highway the Barton and Russell county sheriffs the Dorrance Fire Department and K 9 units from Barton County and the Hutchinson Cor rectional We couldnt pull em Seirer The three mens suspected es cape vehicle a Ellsworth County Chevy Suburban rescue vehicle was found earlier three miles east of or about eight miles from the Russell County search The men took the vehicle after locking Larry an Ells worth County dispatcher who also works as in a prisoner visiting authorities The men also broke into a locked Highway Patrol evidence locker and stole at least two authorities The men had been held in jail awaiting trials Love and Rosenberg in connection with several driveby and Wheeler in connection with a Head over heels John Smith of stands on his head Friday after defending his Olympic title in the poundi freestyle wrestling Smith won his second straight gold medal by defeating Irans Asgardi For more on Fridays action in see Page
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