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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - March 4, 1990, Eureka, California A troubling trend kids starting fires Page 21 Hsu tops . State claims hoop Crown Page 13 Feinstein in big Lead Over Van de Kamp a. 1990 Humboldt 4-h All stars Are named Page 22toes-Standard vol. Xxxvii a no. 61 since 1854 sunday March 4, 1990 $1.00 Eureka California sunday briefing . Can slash Japan vows to ease . Trad inside greyhound picket killed in Redding Hedding it Ufi a striking greyhound lines inc bus Driver was crushed to death saturday by a company bus leaving the Redding depot police and witnesses said Robert waterhouse 59, was rushed to Redding medical Center w Hen he was pronounced dead saturday morning after a greyhound bus hit and pinned him against a Wall police officer Steve fiddler said the 30-year company employee was one of dozens of pickets demonstrating at the depot in these cond Day of a strike by their Union in protest of stalled contract talks with greyhound. Early Friday about 9,000 greyhound Union employees nationwide walked out on the nations largest intercity bus line which serves nearly 10.000 communities in the United states the bus was turning onto a red Ding Street from an Alley behind the station when it apparently sideswiped a Wall catching waterhouse who was crushed be tween the Wall and the right Side of 2 daily Imam run Aioli North coast Eureka limited greyhound lines bus service was expected to continue along the North coast through this w weekend and Early next week. A southbound bus will continue to depart from Eureka for san Francisco daily at 8 15a rn., and a northbound bus will head to Portland Ore. At 6 40 p i according to a spokeswoman at the Eureka greyhound terminal before the strike began Early Friday morning three buses each serviced the North and South routes the vehicle fiddler said it was possible that the Driver did not realize he had struck anyone see bus. Back of sea lion motor Home flips blocks traffic after several near collisions a 46 year old Hayfork Man ended his slalom run Down Broadway in Eureka on saturday morning when he flipped his motor Home just South of the k Mart Entrance. Frederick r. Yost was arrested by Eureka police after he allegedly fled the scene and hid Ifim Standard photo by St Van l Melton behind a nearby business. He was booked into the county jail for Drunken driving hit and run driving with a suspended License and driving without insurance police reported. The Accident blocked traffic on . 101 in both directions. Salvadoran Aid Gao report says Washington up con Gress could Cut off or slash $138 8 million in military Aid and $546.2 million in economic Aid to Al Salvador but would run into stiff resistance from the administration the general accounting office said saturday. In a report to sen Edward Kennedy. A mass Gao a the congressional watchdog Agency a said the Money is in the a pipeline Quot and could still be aborted before reaching Al Salvador. Kennedy requested the information to Back his Call for a cutoff in Aid to Al Salvador pen Ding Stere to end the civil War. Restore human rights and inv secure those responsible for the murder of six Jesuit priests last november czechs recognize mormon Church Salt Lake City up the mormon Church has been granted official recognition in Czechoslovakia following a 40-year ban Chi religious missionary activity in the East european nation Church officials Saia saturday. A new Center for missionary activity to be completed this summer will open for about 200 Active czech mormons in addition to missions seeking converts in Hungary and Poland Church officials said the Church s application was approved feb. 21 after mormon officials met feb. 6 with leaders of the new Czechoslovakia Republic in Prague a spokesman said. Office manager wins $2 million Sacramento up Susan Sherman an office manager and Secretary for a Palm Springs accountant firm won $2 million saturday in the Quot big spin Quot California lottery contest a i can to believe it Quot said Sher Man 47. A a in a a Basket Case a two players won $100,000 they were Mark Moya of Al Sereno and Dinah Brooks of in my Beach. Other winners were Eliana Castillo Millbrae $50,000, Ellen Arthur Hollister $50,000 Michelle Rizzo Santa Clara. $50,000 Stephen Beck. Chowchilla,$40,000, Badgette Sooter Sonora $20,000 Joanne Prizio Santa Ana. $20,000, and Gerardo Cancino san Bemar Dino $10,000 $12.8 million lotto Jackpot Atlantis Crew. Sets afternoon Landing today Cape canaveral Fla up a keeping tabs on Cloudy weather the Atlantis astronauts tested the shuttle s re entry systems and wound up their secret experiments saturday for a California Landing today to wrap up a successful military Mission leaving what is believed to be a 19-ton spy satellite behind in orbit Atlantis s five Man Crew was to Glide to a touch Down at Edwards air Force base on California s Mojave desert around to a m Post today Nasa announced saturday breaking its silence about the Clandestine Mission following routine procedure commander John a a a Creighton and co Pilot John Casper both 46, fired up Atlantis Hydraulic steering system saturday and tested the shuttle s mane vering jets to make sure the 100-ton orbiter will be ready today for the transformation from up photo two men stranded at the los Angeles greyhound bus terminal doze on chairs As they await word on when their overdue bus would leave saturday. Sacramento up a the numbers drawn in saturday night a lotto 6/49 game were 38, 35,1,34,23 and 14 with the Bonus number 5. A Jackpot of $12 8 million awaited the player who picked the six numbers. If More than one person racked them the Jackpot will be divided. Prize pools of $2 million were available for players picking five of six plus the Bonus number $1 million for picking five of six and $949,000 for racking four of six players picking three of six will win $5. Ann lander.23 Astrograph it classified. Imi crossword editorial4 Heath by Fence-.24-25 mosey North coast North to today21-23 obituaries.,---.32 on the ,�.v�� one doctors opinion.25 police. Fire calf 12 Public notices. .31 smart Money sports. Student element _.7 television Lxi gov times gears for �?T90 census data have several purposes locally by Charles Winkler to in Mia re it Aff writer Eureka a Humboldt county is gearing up for the once a a decade numbers game april i is census Day 1990. And county officials Are urging residents to help themselves while helping the . Bureau of the census state lottery starts nightly game monday Iran Mali. Ipi r of Aru Sacramento the California lottery will Start its new a Decco Quot game monday offering $5,000 prizes to any Gambler who can beat a in 28,000 Odds and pick four cards out of a 52-card deck Matching those selected at random in a televised drawing. The game makes its debut monday and features nightly drawings Mon Days through saturdays. Tickets can be bought at any store that Sells lotto tickets Decco a a word play on a deck of cards Quot a will be played on computers at More than 8,000 retail locations throughout California said Brad Haley manager of the lottery s on line games a Many of our players have asked for More games to choose from Quot Haley said a in particular they told us they wanted a wider variety of prizes and ways to play a we designed Decco specifically for those californians who asked us for an on line game like lotto that is fun and easy to play offers Good prizes and has More frequent drawings Quot gamblers will be Able to buy a Decco ticket for $1 and select four cards from a Standard 52-card deck one from each card suit a Spade. Club heart and Diamond players can pick their favorite cards on the Decco play she or can have the computer select their cards through a a Quick pick a if a player matches All four cards with the ones chosen during the random drawing he or she will win $5,000 three Matching cards wins $50, two Matching cards wins $5 and one Matching card wins a free Decco ticket to play again a c census Bureau seeks 2.900 workers on the North c Oast Page 12. County planner Joel Canzoneri said data compiled from the census a the count of every Man woman and child in the nation a will reveal the county s growth since i960 in turn the state and Federal governments will use the information in distributing Grants for housing and Energy assistance. Public transportation and other programs a we have a feeling that ithe county has grown the census data will Tell us if that s True and where we be grown a Canzone said researchers will also use the information in studies to attract new business to the area in addition state and local legislative districts May be redrawn to reflect the North coast s changing population including a recent influx of senior citizens Quot by responding you re giving a voice to your interests a can zone said census questionnaires will be mailed out later this month and personal information compiled in the big count will be kept strictly private the data that is see census Back of Section prime minister Kaifu Bush end 2-Day Summit Rancho Mirage up japanese prime minister Toshiki Kaifu vowed saturday to a firmly tackle causes of the huge .-japanese Trade imbalance in Pursuit of a a global partnership Quot to promote democracy and Market economies winding up a 24-hour Summit in the Sun Kaifu and president Bush promised to attack Root causes of economic tension resulting from Japan s almost $50 billion annual Trade surplus with the United states although their rhetorical commitments lacked specifics each professed after two Days of talks among the Palm lined fairways of Morningside country club to be satisfied the political will exists for resolving their economic problems. A nobody Ever goes far enough to do everything exactly the Way we want it a Bush said at a Post Summit news conference a but i think for those who understand the complexities of this relationship at this juncture we got everything out of this meeting we had hoped for a with the threat of retaliation hang ing Over . Demands for More open japanese markets Bush said the talks left Kaifu a very aware Quot of the consequences of failure a to move Forward Quot in Trade negotiations now under Way. White House press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater said Bush apprised Kaifu of the a considerable protectionist sentiment on Capitol Hill but did not do so in Quot any threatening in a conciliatory gesture Bush accepted japanese arguments that Trade expansion is a a two Way Street that will require the United states to strengthen its own Economy and take other Steps to compete in world markets Quot i Don t know that we need new ideas a Bush said. A we just need new Energy on both but neither Side could deny the timeliness coming As those negotiations near a deadline for interim Progress and As the administration weighs retaliation and the initiation of new unfair Trade complaints against Japan. Quot Ivonok we weren there to throw Down definitive deadlines that a not the Way you Deal with Japan Quot Bush said when asked when he expected Progress a but the sooner the better a Kaifu promised efforts to expand Domestic demand and Market a Cess for imported goods in Japan. Toshiki Kaifu to tackle reforms i Humboldt

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