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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 25, 1990, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Iowa Hawk eyes lose 1 St round Mcaa regional to Maine Page 1b baseball scoreboard . Twins s Yankees 4 dodgers 15 cubs 6 athletics 13 Brewers 1 indians 5 mariners 3 reds 7 expos 1 red sox 4 royals 1 Blue jays at Angels late padres 5 mets 4 ii rangers 3 tigers 2 Phillies 6 braves 4 White sox 5 orioles 3 Cardinal 3 giants 2 12 Only games scheduled inside metro Iowa a two citizens groups continue their fight to save the Northwest Ellis Myca. Page 9a. Iowa news a Tom Harkin and Tom Tauke reach even Money in their Campaign fund raising race. Page 12a. Page 2 a two Cedar rapids residents sue a Dysart Man who they say caused them to contract hepatitis. Page 2a. Weekend a a husband and wife team creates scenery for the theatre Cedar rapids musical Page 2w. Sports a pranks Barkeep Frank de Brower will Swap sports stories with customers for the last time today. The longtime supporter of Cedar rapids softball is retiring. Page in. A the u of i women Sath Frank Debrower Letic department loses its Lead As the sports Champion in the big ten conference. Page 2b. Index Abby. A births. 16a Bridge. 14a Calendar .10-11w City briefs 9b classified .9-15b comics 5b crisscross 14a crossword 58 crypt quote 15b deaths 16a editorial 6a farm. 9b today a chuckle neurosis when you realize that life is a great journey and you re sure you be lost your boarding pass. Games. 14a Goodman 2a Horoscope. 13b Iowa news a legals .96 Money .�.�.w. 6b movies. 8w people .16b sports 1-4b stocks. 7-8b to. 14a 3a China Trade action raked Bush says move not a special Favory Washington apr Prest Dent Bush set off a new Row with Congress on thursday by unconditionally renewing China a most favored nation Trade status for one year. He said it s too Early to talk about giving the same Trade benefits to Moscow. Despite China a repression of the pro democracy movement. Bush said its emigration policies qualify it for the preferential Trade treatment while the soviet unions do not. The president said his move a is not a special Favory to Beijing. A it is the basis of everyday Trade a said Bush who announced what he called a a difficult decision a at a White House news conference. The move which had been expected caused an uproar in Congress from members of both parties who consider the policy too accommodating. House speaker Thomas Foley d-wash., criticized Bush for failing to put any conditions on the one year Extension to prod China toward reforms. And Senate majority Leader George Mitchell a Maine said Bush a decision is a inconsistent with american Mitchell said he would try to Block Bush s action. Congress can do so Only by enacting a a Resolution of disapproval a and such a measure was quickly introduced in the House. The Resolution if passed could still be vetoed thus it would take two thirds majorities in both Chambers to override Bush a decision. A please turn to 17a China museum offers to return school District artworks by Kurt Rogahn Gazette education writer if the Cedar rapids Community school District wants to take its Art collection out of the Cedar rapids museum of Art it can do so any time according to the Art museums Board president Peter Stamats. But school Board president Susan Mcdermott contends the Art museum Board has misinterpreted the school boards recent discussion of a proposed new policy concerning the District s artworks. Stamats and Mcdermott a correspondence released in the Agenda for mondays school Board meeting represents the latest chapter in a Long simmering dispute. At Issue Are about 28 District owned works by Grant Wood Marvin Cone and other regional artists which the Art museum has housed and maintained since 1970. Also at the museum Are 149 District owned portrait photographs by Carl Van Vechten. Years ago some of those works had been on display in school buildings and others left in storerooms. Placing them in the Art museum appeared to offer Protection from vandalism theft and deterioration. However the value of the works or at least some of the works has increased Over the years. Earlier this year the school District objected to school groups being charged admission to the new museum of Art to View the artwork. Later the school District arranged for an appraisal of its works a still pending a by rotheby s auction House. And school executives last month proposed a policy they said was to form negotiation guidelines when an existing contract Between the school District and the Art museum expires next year. A photo president Bush defends his decision to renew most favored nation Trade benefits to China at a White House news conference thursday. Both boards interpret differently the school boards discussion of the proposed policy. In a May 7 letter Stamats said Quot. The District seems both willing and Able to care for the collection itself. At an april work session school District directors and staff members expressed a desire to be Able to exhibit the a please turn to 8a Art radio Deer tale takes a real turn Davenport apr a spooked Deer that burst through a radio stations window thursday disrupting a lighthearted a bulletins from the Boondocks a sketch was recovering at an animal Hospital thursday. If the recovery proceeds without complications Martha the Doe will be released in the Woods before it hurts itself further in Captivity said veterinarian Dawn Bromley. The Doe is one of several Deer that recently wandered into downtown Davenport in what May be restless roaming related to the mating season said Phil Vroman of the Scott county humane society. News director Katy Cole said Wulp announcers Ian Case and Jeff Roberts were doing a parody of a Deer Story As part of their a bulletins from the Boondocks routine at when the announcer mentioned the word Deer i heard a big crash.99 Katy Cole around 8 20 . Thursday when a real Deer got into the act. A when the announcer mentioned the word Deer i heard a big crash a Cole said. A the Deer just came from nowhere. I thought someone was breaking into the Cole said she became unglued a Iran into the studio and broke up their police and animal control officials heard the broadcast and rushed to the studio which is near downtown along one of Davenport a busiest streets. The badly bleeding Doe crashed around an office and destroyed some computer equipment before collapsing and being carried out on a Stretcher. U of i pollsters criticism of Gorbachev toned Down by Lyle Mulier Gazette Johnson county Bureau Iowa City a soviet citizens appear to be tempering their criticism of president Mikhail Gorbachev. That a the opinion of two University of Iowa political science professors who just returned from the soviet Union. There Are also signs that some government leaders want to restrict the criticism Gorbachev has taken while reforming his country a politics and economics said u of i researchers Arthur Miller and William Reisinger on thursday. Miller and Reisinger were in the soviet Union to direct a detailed Public opinion poll in the soviet republics of Lithuania Russia and the Ukraine. The poll is being funded with a $30,000 National science foundation Grant. Restrictions protecting the soviet president from criticism were introduced this week in the Congress of Peoples deputies the soviet unions legislative body. The legislation if approved would protect the president from Quot excess and insulting criticism a said Reisinger assistant professor of political science. A it seems at first glance to be a very broadly formulated hard to pin Down policy a Reisinger said. A i can see some people in the soviet Union being opposed to Gorbachev leading a country that has deep economic prob a please turn to 17a pollsters coming tomorrow East iowan builds a better Bobber to catch fish bang Nightmare at 14,000 feet Seattle apr a passenger whose head and shoulders were sucked through the broken window of an air plane at 14,000 feet says his few seconds of terror wont cause him to Stop flying. To 38 today and Iti still be an alive 38 tomorrow. In a just Happy to be alive a said Gale Sears of Portland Ore. Sears said he remembers hearing a loud thud outside the Cabin of horizon air flight 2300 As the 18-seat plane left Portland wednesday morning for Seattle. He settled Back into seat 2e and loosely buckled his seat Belt As the twin engine Fairchild metro Iii climbed to 14,000 feet. As the plane began its descent Over Olympia Sears heard a loud bang a the sound of the window next to his seat suddenly blowing out. He was pulled toward a Hole where the window had been and his world went Black. Rain pelted his face and shoulders. A i just remember wondering what in the world is going on is the plane going to explode am i going to go splat Are we going to hit the ground a Sears later recalled. A please turn to 17a plane Gale Sears a am i going to go splat a Friday May 25,1990 Gazette photo by Chris Stewart i q it to n in Ich Farmer takes advantage of a break in the wet weather thursday to do some planting near the Marion Airport let i la i in j u o i i planting has lagged this year As wet conditions have kept Farmers out of the Fields. Iowa today final edition Al Cedar rapids Iowa vol. 108, no. 136 50 cents t a Jretta regional newspaper serving Eastern Iowa memorial Day preview your guide to area events for the Holiday Page 10a forecast mostly Cloudy today with showers. Highs 70-75 lows 55-59. Today a Daylight 14 hrs., 52 min. See Page 16b

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