Hutchinson News, May 30, 2000

Hutchinson News

May 30, 2000

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 30, 2000, Hutchinson, Kansas The Hutchinson News - i- Tiger Woods coasts as he retains title at Memorial Open Sports B3 Kansas teachers among those honored in national program A3 Emperor Akihito News ticker Emperor visits Sweden STOCKHOLM - Japan's Emperor Akihito and Empress rode with Sweden's king and queen in open horse-drawn carriages Monday to the Royal where they were greeted by members of government and dozens of The visit is Sweden's first state visit by an emperor since Ethiopia's Haile Selassie came here in 1954. who assumed the throne after his father death In 1989, traveled to Sweden In 1953 and 1985 as crown Dole going for the laughs Pa. - Former presidential candidate Bob Dole announced in Sunday that he has signed on as a political commentator for the least serious of news the Comedy Central cable Bob Dole Inside Outside Today Mostly windy and hot High Low 97 70 Tomorrow Mostly windy and hot High 94 Low 68 Intercepted letter BOB DOLE taking job with Comedy Central Serving in Congress was the ideal training ground for Hutch 500 Honoring Hutchinson service remembers nation's veterans and all who have passed on By Joyce Hall The Hutchinson News The of waved briskly in the wind Monday greeting those who attended the Memorial Day service at Fairlawn Cemetery on Hutchinson's east But the Garrison flag that flies high above all the other donated casket flags on Veteran Avenue was missing from Its The cable holding the 40-foot by 20-foot flag broke during Friday night's bringing the flag to the Cemetery manager Wright said the flag will be flying again as soon as they can get a bucket truck to fix the Service of remembrance Master of Ceremonies Omer Kimpler gave the opening remarks to more than 50 people attending the 11 a.m. Memorial Day a member of the local American Legion has been in charge of the service for more than 30 He said the service is an important tradition to remember not only veterans but all who have passed I See Bryan Hutchinson News Master of Ceremonies Omer Kimpler salutes as Is played during a Memorial Day service Monday at Fairlawn Kern pier has been In charge of the annual ceremony for more than 30 Clinton pledges MIA searches at Memorial Day observance TbK Associated Press Associated Press President Clinton participates in a ceremony at the Tomb of the Monday at Arlington Cemetery In Va. The president placed a wreath at the tomb and addressed a crowd attending a Memorial Day observance in honor of active-duty military personnel and veterans in recognition of their service to the United WASHINGTON - In the final Memorial Day observances of his presidency President Clinton promised continued commitment to the search for lost American war dead and paid solemn tribute to families left never fought for for for but many Americans gave their lives for Clinton said after the traditional at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Clinton said the United States and North Korea will resume negotiations early next month in Kuala Lumpur over excavations for soldiers missing half a Those talks have been stalled since when the Pentagon balked at new North Korean demands for humanitarian United States will always honor and never forsake its fallen and we will not abandon their Clinton The effort to find and identify American war primarily from the Korean and Vietnam demonstrates commitment to seek the fullest possible Clinton Clinton invited families of missing soldiers to breakfast at the White House before the and several families rode In the presidential motorcade for the short distance to is no more compelling way to understand how Important our continuous efforts are to the hearts Serving attitude Mary Alice Reber honored as a of the By Joyce Hall The Hutchinson News NEWTON - Mary Alice Reber has a special place in her heart for everyone at Friendly Acres Retirement who will be 75 on June 13, has been working at Friendly Acres through the American Red Cross Senior Work Experience Project for several She was recently honored by the Kansas Association of Homes and Services for the Aging as one of two recipients of the organization's prestigious of the Year Award of for 2000. Alan a volunteer at Mount Hope Nursing was the other Nancy public relations coordinator for Friendly said Reber is a dedicated worker and performs her tasks with a great deal of compassion and love for the The award is designed to recognize a See SERVICE Knur Hutchinson News Mary AUce has worked at Friendly Acres Retirement Community through the American Red Cross Senior Work Experience Project for several tour Feds take a shining to saving fish from possible extinction The Associated Press TOPEKA - Federal wildlife officials have proposed regulating the habitat of the shiner fish to save it from possible The 2-lnch-long shiner Is native to sandy-bottomed streams of the Arkansas River but has disappeared from more than 80 percent of its historic according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Fish and Wildlife officials want to establish critical habitat areas for the shiner to help it In those any proposal that Involves a federal permit or federal money would be reviewed by Fish and Wildlife officials to determine Its effect on the shiner's Fish and Wildlife officials plan to publish their proposal in the Federal Register In late June and will hold public hearings In Texas and The affected waterways would Include the Arkansas River in Kansas and the Cimarron River in Kansas and the Beaver and North Canadian rivers In and the Canadian River In New Texas and The Kansas Livestock Association says it fears that any designation of critical habitat could lead to new requirements on cattle Year 128 No. 332 0660424001504 ;