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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 4, 2000, Hutchinson, Kansas The It's easy to get a lift from Ad Astra CI tchi A review of Hutch High's track season Sports D8 mmy June 4,2000 Ready to make WAVES New Carey Park opens Monday By Mary The Hutchinson News Imagine a public pool It's OK to put a deck chair In the The In the pool are supposed to be delighting children by dumping water on their Toys aren't something toted to the pool - the pool comes equipped with Water tubular brightly colored canopies and a state-of-the-art sound system and 25,000 square feet of water surface are why the Carey Park Is more of a water park than a swimming Add a thousand people or more and it could turn into a water And it's nearly The nearly million pool commissioned by voters in August 1998, has been more than a year In the The opening hour for the Salt City Splash Aquatic Center is POOL A6 ' k vl Salt City Splash Aquatic Center Carey Park Source City of Pool programs vary By The Newt General public hours for the Salt City Splash Aquatic June 5 through Jury 30: Monday through noon to 5 p.m. and 6:30 to 9 p.m. On noon to 5 p.m. and 6:30 to 10 p.m. On Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Jury 31 through Aug. 17: Monday through noon to 8 p.m. On Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 18 through Labor Monday through 4 to 8 p.m. On Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission 75 cents for ages 5 and for ages 6 through 12; ages 13 through 17; and for age 18 and There's no discount far senior people Mux Hutchinson News From Salt City Splash Aquatic Center assistant manager Scott Miller ascends a water slide with head lifeguard Adam Hale and fellow assistant manager Becher Saturday as they discuss staff duties at tho new complex In Carey The complex opens Aquatic center at a glance By The News Here are some frequently asked questions about the Salt City Splash Aquatic Can swimmers bring in snacks and No. C and H Concessions will operate a snack shop with the city getting a portion of the Sample a hot pizza by the to a 20-ounce bottled a 12-ounce canned Metal picnic tables are set up in a designated eating there's one table available for In the park who don't want to pay admission to the pool Will there be but only 81 of available on a first-serve They won't have but swimmers can supply their own padlocks or buy for from the What's In the Showers - with doors - are in the men's and women's Facilities for the disabled also are in the Sinks and toilets operate by sensory To use the pool's only family changing with a toilet and ask for the key at the Is there plenty of Probably at least not close to the There are about 95 parking including parking for the See Jtm News dressed in street clothes who Intend to must pay the regular admission Discount swim tickets offer worth of swimming for Special programs Swimming lessons begin June 19. and programs also are offered through the Hutchinson Recreation Commission during public pool Pool rental The Salt City Splash can be rented during the week or after 6 p.m. on The cost is per with a two-hour plus per person in groups with more than 100 Sierra 4, of Hutchinson eats part of an enchilada Saturday under a shade tent outside Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church In South Hutchinson during the parish's 59th annual Spring Mark News Parish's Spring Fiesta marks 59th year By Clara The Hutchinson News SOUTH HUTCHINSON took the first bite from her pork tostada Saturday and she her John His plate held the same Item - a heaped stack of red lettuce and tomato on a fried flour shell - as well as a bean At the next Edna Church sampled the first of two golden-brown tacos on her It's my favorite she The three were among the first of an estimated 4,000 to 5,000 people expected to sample authentic Mexican cuisine served by members of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church at the 59th annual Spring Fiesta this As the crowd gathered on the church grounds at Avenue F and South the parish's Father Ned organized a basketball competition among a group of On the nearby Softball a tournament was in brings the parish Blick a big He pointed to a nearby banner that Putin willing to hear plan on missile defense The Associated Press Russian president sees potential missile threat from countries like North MOSCOW - President Clinton and Vladimir Putin were and In Kremlin discussions Saturday with Clinton Intrigued by the new Russian president's suggestion that he has relaxed his stern opposition to a planned U.S. system to defend against missile A senior administration briefing reporters refused to specify whether Putin demonstrated a willingness to go along with a modification of the 1972 Missile Treaty that Clinton would need to build such a Clinton will not decide until fall whether to try to construct now being not going to say anything whatsoever with regard to details on the substance that characterizes either said the who declined to be further Is a very serious and focused conversations that are going to continue through the The meeting - the first since Putin took office - was described as though the presidents did not address each other as and The news agency quoted Putin's deputy chief of staff as saying that the two leaders discussed arms control and the situation in the Caucasus and the Balkans during nearing the end of a weeklong European flew here from a skull session in Berlin with the leaders of more than a dozen They talked about one of Clinton's favorite topics - forging a of a course between liberalism and Clinton and Putin talked for two hours and 45 continuing even when they broke before dessert to tour the Russian president's residence at the In advance of the Putin said in an Interview that the ABM treaty must be calling that a condition for further nuclear arms But in the same he said he sees the potential missile threat from states like North Korea Putin suggested that a different within the ABM could Intercept missiles near liftoff and protect Europe and Russia as well as the United are new threats arising that we must but our proposal Is to answer them the Russian president these In our have I think on that will have a substantive and useful dialogue with President See Inside Outside Ad Cll Public Record C9 f Today Partly a stray thunderstorm High Low 85 57 Tomorrow Mostly breezy and cooler High Low 77 55 Intercepted letter VLADIMIR PUTIN saying U.S. should handle new threats together Sounds right on Hutch Year 128 No. 337 0660424001504
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