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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1997, Hutchinson, Kansas                                The Hutchinson News November 24 Year 140 500 Photos by Mollssa Lacoymie Hutchinson News Shara executive director of Hutchlnsons New Beginnings Homeless says she Is optimistic about future operation changes once the shel ter formally separates from the American Red Cross Standing on their own Red homeless shelter part ways By Ray Hemrnan The Hutchinaon News An eightyear relationship between Hutchinsons homeless shelter and the Red Cross will end in an amicable sep aration The Reno County Chapter of the American Red Cross voted to separate from New Beginnings Homeless ending a relationship that began eight years New Beginnings needs to Trish president of Housing for the the shelters board of direc said Under the Red we found that growth was not possible because of the way the Red Cross was organized and The two groups have been talking sep aration for some When New Begin nings was founded in it was char tered under the Red Cross to provide said Susie direc tor of First Call for Help and a Housing for the Homeless board How to help The New Beginnings Homeless operated by Housing for the needs to continue its operations by 1 when it formal ly separates from the American Red Donations to help with operations should be sent to Housing for the 110 East Box KS Housing for the Homeless is a 501 c3 which makes donations tax Theres no ill Christopher It was time to do New Begin nings always needed to be The only reason we went under the Red Cross wing was for insurance The Red Cross offered to cover us and that was very See Page A2 Information about New Beginnings WHOS SERVED People of the Hutchin son Most are from within the Oth ers have relatives or other reasons for being said director Shara A total of 542 people were helped last Including 130 133 women and 92 chil Of the 33 were helped through offsite transitional housing and 154 through homeless prevention rent CAPACITY Theres a bed capacity of 30 In 10 living areas at the East Avenue A shel But because of the way the boarding house Is segmented by the type of people served families or single individuals the center has an actual capacity of with a maximum of 10 Gonzales LENGTH OF STAY The policy recently Gonzales The first two weeks are free as an emergency Those who dont leave before then go into an extended requiring some financial con tribution toward The extended stay has a limit of three Those who need additional shelter go into transitional receiving vouchers to assist with housing Support and case man agement Is provided for up to two OTHER PROVISIONS emergency medical or mentalhealth ser jobtraining assistance and job sup Those in case management develop an on the road goal plan that includes access to other community resources and selfhelp such as stress reduction and Identifying Besides those in transitional housing receive help In developing a sup port Gonzales That may Include transportation and child Michelle Sinnett spends time with her 18 In the livingroom of the Residents share in cooking and cleaning Sinnett New Beginnings has been at current location since 89 By John Green Tho Hutchinun Mown The farm crisis was reaching its Ronald Rea gan was in the middle of his second term and the Hutchinson job market was still trying to recover from the Cessna plants Police were having some concern with the number of people they were finding living in boxes behind busi nesses and recalled former Hutchinson minis ter Bruce now a pastor at Trinity Presbyterian Church in There were people in the streets with obviously no place to Then an entire family was found living on the river bank in a tent in Decem A meeting was called in early 1986 by several local service agencies concerned about the growing problem of homelessness in the Before the community hadnt really identified See Page A2 Iraq expected to allow return of inspectors By Thomas Lippmnn Tlic WnahlnRlan Ural GENEVA Russian Foreign Minister Yevgeny Pri makov told representatives of the Security Council early today that Iraq is prepared to back down from its confrontation with the United Nations over weapons and an announcement to that effect ia expected later Buhler native and biological weapons expert David Franz Is fea tured In this weeks Newsweek Page rejoiced when the coalition chased Saddam Husseins forces from their country during the Kuwaitis are questioning policy toward Page Secretary of State Madeleine K Albright We are looking now for proof that this has happened we will obviously be pleased if it Albright said at a 6 news con ference after an extraordinary wee hours gathering here to review Russian efforts to end Iraqs defiance of Security Council resolutions ordering the arms If Primakovs assessment is diplomats here said an announcement from Baghdad may come after a special meeting of the Iraqi parliament this Such an outcome would apparently repre sent a total victory for the United Nations and in par ticular the United States in the latest of the seeming ly annual showdowns with Iraqi President Saddam See Page A6 Terry Nichols cries as exwife testifies The Aiumclutccl IriHS DENVER Tears streamed down Terry Nichols face Wednesday as his former wife testified about a sealed letter he gave her nearly a year and a half before the Oklahoma City telling her how to distribute his belongings in the event of his In the November 1994 Nichols asked Lana Padilla to clean out a storage locker and divide his assets including a life insurance policy between their and his new wife and daughter in the I was very real Padilla testi I cared about and I was concerned that there was something that he was not coming Defense attorney Michael Tigar put an arm around At least two jurors and several bombing victims relatives also The courtroom was hushed as Padilla recalled her marriage to Nichols in 1981 and detailed their divorce eight years Several she stopped to sip water and regain her The letter was one of several items in a scaled brown paper bag that Nichols left with Padilla when he left for the Philippines on Nichols instructed her to open the bag if he failed to return to the United States by When Padilla and Josh took Nichols to the Josh said 111 never see my father and began cry ing in the My antennae went and I was con she The next she opened the package and found the letter to and a second envelope addressed to Jen nifer Timothy McVeighs There also was a life insurance some a list of emergency numbers and a list of precious The envelope addressed to McVeigh contained a second letter addressed to her instructing him to clear out two storage sheds that prosecutors have said contained ingredients for the Padilla in his letter to suggested that his old Army buddy call his Youre on your go for He closed by writing This letter would be for the purpose of my Hutchinson area weather Regional forecast mostly High 55 to Northwest wind 15 to 20 partly Low In the upper partly High near Southwest wind 10 to 20 mph shifting to the northwest In the partly partly High 55 to Northwest wind 10 to 20 partly Low In the tower Intei letter Inside to feed us youre going to them Hutch 1 A8A9 fcv 7J Ag A10 A12 A12 B1B3 B4B5 j RecorcyDeaths B6 Classifieds B7B10 Crossword B11 Iowa woman rolls a 6lucky 7 Online By Jordan Lite Aasocintod Press Writer IowaAn Iowa seamstress gave birth to four boys and three girls listen ing intently as doctors told her the condition and sex of each It was only the second set of septuplets known to be born One boy was in critical condi and his siblings were listed as Bobbi born two months early by Cae sarean weighed from 2 5 ounces to 3 4 A medical team of 40 spe cialists helped with the All the babies are so well so it just strikes me as a said Paula who helped per form the delivery at Iowa Methodist Medical It was only the second such birth in the United There are no known surviving sets of septuplets in the The McCaughey septuplets The Associated Press Names and birth weights of septuplets in the order they were born to Bobbi McCaughey at a Des hospital Wednesday Kenneth 3 4 ounces 2 11 ounces Natalie 2 10 ounces Kelsey 2 5 ounces Brandon 3 3 ounces Nathaniel 2 14 ounces Joel 2 15 ounces The first baby also the heav iest was nicknamed Hercules because he held all the others up in a pyramid formation in the Mahone News of the delivery came from grandfather Bob who said his daughter was rest ing His Kenneth was born at weighing 3 4 Alexis May came next at weighing 2 11 fol lowed by Natalie 2 10 ounces Kelsey 2 5 ounces Bran don 3 3 ounces Nathanial 2 14 ounces and Joel 2 15 Joel was in critical his siblings in serious All of them were on It is not at all unusual for babies delivered at this stage of to be in critical condi said David medical director of Blank Chil drens where the infants will be cared Alexander said it could be a few days before doctors determine how developed the lungs They also could not immediately determine whether any of the infants are From the delivery the babies were taken to an adjacent stabilization where their conditions were and then to the neonatal McCaughey pronounced McCoy was in her 31st week of at least three weeks beyond the point doctors consider viable for A typical preg nancy lasts 40 The decision to proceed with the delivery was made Tuesday night as whose due date was in was experiencing She had been confined to a bed since the ninth week of the pregnancy and had been hospitalized since   

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