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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - October 6, 1992, Hutchinson, Kansas The Hutchinson News October 16 Year 121 95 SIGood morning The 12 issue of New Yorker the second under new editor Tina will feature an untraditional cover a portrait and collage treatment of Malcolm In a break with the art work goes with a story inside the First lady Barbara Bush says the national debate over abortion should focus on persuading children that promiscuous sex is Appear ing with President Bush on CNNs Larry King Live program in a taped interview Bush I think the issue is that we ought to tell children that sex is It Promiscuous sex is They shouldnt be doing it just ruins your A worldwide search failed to turn up the next Scarlett and the producer of a TV miniseries said he will start considering established actresses for the Robert who is pro ducing a sequel to Gone With the was seeking an unknown to play He received more than applications for the part and called 23 finalists to Halmi was to have announced the winner Sunday night during a syndicated TV ceremony from The Hutchinson News health makes its debut The publication Will be inserted in The News on the first Tuesday of the We hope you enjoy our new Superior unusually warm weather and lots of water helped a Washington state farmer grow the years largest pumpkin an 827 pound monster that measured more than 14 feet You just have to determine every day what the pumpkin said Joel Holland of who earned for his victory in the World Pumpkin Confederation Worldwide WeighIn on Saturday at Ann TV Yesterdays temperature extremes High 101 at Palm Low 22 at Maine Intercepted letter MITSUO YOSHIMURA surgeon Tokyo Dear Do you charge a singledigit fee Hutch Congress overrides Bush veto The ABfioclated Press WASHINGTON Congress overrode President Bushs veto Monday and enacted legislation designed to regulate the cable television industry and curb ris ing It was the first time the House and Senate had thwarted Bushs veto during his presi The House voted 308114 the Senate Both were comfort ably over the necessary two thirds Bush had successfully vetoed 35 previous cheers and hand Cable TV bill becomes law slapping erupted on the Demo cratic side of the House floor as the vote total neared the magic number of assuring the veto would be Democrats began as the vote total crossed that num The override came despite an intensive lastminute lobbying campaign by the White House eager to preserve Bushs perfect record and avoid a highly pub licized defeat one month before the Opponents of the bill blamed electionyear politics for the but proponents said consumer anger over soaring rates led to wide bipartisan sup port for the measure in both This is not a partisan piece of said Edward coauthor of the bill that reimposes government regulation on the cable TV in It is an issue between the cable industry and the con sumers of our But earlier in the Re publican leader Robert Dole This is an attempt to embarrass the president 30 days before the The bill would require the Federal Communications Com mission to set rates for basic cable service in communities where cable companies operate as It also is designed to enhance competition from other companies that can provide ex panded programming similar to Kansans votes Kansas Bob Dole was the only member of the Kan sas congressional delegation to vote against overriding Pres ident Bushs veto of a bill reregulating the cable tele vision Nancy Kassebaum and Pat Dan Jim Jan and Dick Nichols voted in favor of overriding the presidents Photo by Don Shrevc Rescue workers remove the victim of a Sterling west of Two people aboard the accident Monday afternoon at Trails West Road and train were officials crash kills Hutch man By Ray Hemman The Hulchinaon News PLEVNA A South Hutch inson man died Monday after noon after the truck he was driving collided with an east bound train three miles east of Thomas of 504 South Walnut in South was pronounced dead at Hutchinson Hospital af ter the which occurred shortly before Two crew members on the train were in David was treated and released for bumps anoVbruises at Hutchin son Duane was listed in fair con dition at Hutchinson Hospital after the He was to be hospitalized overnight for ob The accident occurred when Winger was southbound on Sterling about three fourths of a mile south of His truck was loaded with ice from Kansas 103 East 6th in South The 26car Santa Railway train with two engines was eastbound on the line at about 53 said Bryan deputy with the Reno County Sheriffs The truck apparently was going about the same speed upon Train engineer Daniel told law enforcement officials at the scene that he began blowing his horn about a mile away from the The intersection is clear of any trees or other ob structions but has no signal lights or When it became apparent the truck would not the engineer hit his emer gency The truck struck the left side of the front The lead engine stayed upright until it stopped 743 feet from the in but a rail causing the second engine to overturn on the south side of the See Page 3 Doc deals Japanese gangsters a full hand The Washington Pout TOKYO Heres an item to file in the category of necessity as the mother of A Jap anese doctor has popularized a procedure to replace fingers sliced off by Japans yakuza The necessity that motivated this medical breakthrough is a tough new federal law the first comprehensive antigang law in Japans history that took effect in Facing increased pres sure from hundreds of gang members have decided to go A special police hot lino sot up to holp gangsters loavo tho mob says H has gotten hundreds of calls from mon looking for a solution to tho missingfinger Thats where the finger prob lem comes It is a longestablished ritual within the Japans organ izedcrime for mob leaders to discipline a wayward underling by slicing off one or both little In some junior mobsters seek to prove their fealty to the boss by cutting off their own As anybody who has seen Black Rain or other yakuza movies will the missing little finger has long been a standard sign of gang member ship a source of pride to yakuza members and fear to out But now that missing finger has become a serious obstacle for former gang members trying to find a job in legitimate These men come to me almost in said Mitsuo an orthopedic because they cant find anyone who will hire them or do business with As soon as somebody sees the finger is they nd This guy is Some years who lives in on the west ern side of Japans main successfully reattached a patients finger that had been severed in an industrial His fame in this area prompted former gangsters to start See Page 2 is pregnant with twins The Loa Angeles Times Mary a 53yearold grand mother and one of the oldest women to become pregnant with the help of medical said Monday that nothing she does suprises her family and friends Seven years ago the athletic who is an avid skier and former amateur body married a man 21 years And Monday she stood before reporters and television cameras to tell the world that in December she expects to give birth to Officials at Martin Luther Hospital believe who already has three grown children and two grandchildren by a previous is the oldest woman so far to achieve a double pregnancy via a technique that has been pioneered over the last five years to help older women conceive even after men By this eggs donated by a younger woman are fer tilized with the sperm of the pa tients mate then implanted in her An older womans pri mary obstacle to getting preg doctors is not the aging of her uterus but the aging of her eggs or the shutdown of the ov The first woman over 50 be lieved to have given birth in the United States with the help of egg donations was Jonie Mosby a grandmother from who had a boy March 31 at the age of 52 after participating in a fertility pro gram sponsored by the Univer sity of Southern David director of Martin Luthers reproductive medicine said that four fertilized eggs were implanted in Shearings uterus on May 15 and two have While most of the handful of women 50 or older who have be come pregnant by this method in recent months have chosen an Shearing said that she wanted other middleaged women who have struggled in vain to become pregnant to know they have an Huge deficit may pit retirees against young By Steve Mufson The Wuhlngton Post Of all the federal governments none is more sa cred than its promise to assist the countrys elderly citizens with payments from the Social Secu rity retirement Part3 Not even this can escape the twin realities of a federal budget far out of balance and a growing population of re tirees whose claims on scarce tax dollars will collide with the gov ernments other spending prior Michael chairman of President Bushs Council of Eco nomic warned in 1986 that a confrontation between workers and retirees will arise involving trillions of dollars that will create the greatest polariza tion along economic lines in our society since the Civil Six years the costs of a decade of escalating budget defi cits and federal debt are even more The deep spending cuts and new taxes needed to close the budget gap threaten to s Two age 8 pit the old against the the healthy against the cities against suburbs and rich against In the heat of the election neither President Bush nor Bill Clinton has gone very far in talking about the choices that loom In Ross Perots the na tional debt is like a crazy aunt we keep down in the All the neighbors know shes See Page 2 Disaster scene An aerial view shows where an El Al 747 cargo let plowed Into an apartment building in on Experts said two of the planes engines caught fire and fell off the right throwing the heavily loaded air craft so far out of balance that it was impossible to The plane was carrying 114 tons of commercial cargo and a full load of The crash is the second time Associated photo within a year that both engines have ripped from the right wing of a Boeing 747 on and the Boeing on Monday advised airlines to inspect the pins that hold the engines to the wing of the popular jumbo A monthslong search has been under way In the South China Sea for key parts missing in that crash to determine Its For more on the Amsterdam turn to Page
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