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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - March 4, 1990, Hutchinson, Kansas Hutchinson news March Page 3 abortion Bills passage highlights week the winning numbers in Satur Days Kansas Cash lotto Are 1812 the Jackpot stands at the winning numbers in Satur Days lotto America were the estimated Jackpot stands at James red Duke James red Duke will be the next speaker in Hutchinson Community colleges Dillon lecture series at monday at the sports a mustachioed Cowboy talking trauma surgery pro Fessor at the University of Texas health science Center was seriously proposed As a replacement for Everet former surgeon general of the United he appears regularly on a Wichita television stations nightly and is considered a leading expert in Blunt trauma or injuries caused by Auto accidents and blows to the the lecture series is funded by local Grants and individual who contribute per acc Stu dents Are admitted free to the lec individual tickets Are at the the associated press erroneously reported Friday that Henry had switched his final vote on a parental notification Helgerson voted to Advance the Bill to final action after debate thursday he voted for the Bill on final action eleven House members voted one Way when the Bill was tentatively approved and an other Way when it was finally approved by a 7350 a College that began operating a daycare Center for its students Chil Dren is involved in a Legal Battle with its who says the lease is being Brown Mackie College began the service at its Overland Park Branch in charging students an Deborah director of the said about 10 children were in Day care during morning classes and about the same number at Garnack Grain owner of the office building where Brown Mackie leases the entire second filed suit in Johnson county District claiming the children create noise that bothers and interferes with other tenants right of quiet enjoyment on the Wichita greyhound Parks bid to enter a head Ohead Competition with Eureka Downs was rejected Friday by the Kansas racing com on a 50 the commis Sion turned Down the Wichita Parks request to stage saturday and Sun Day matinee races while Eureka runs its 65day april october horse Rac ing schedule this the Wichita which runs weekend matinee races other times of the can continue to run evening races on saturdays during Eureka Salinas police liability insurance underwriter said Friday that after talking with City he is confident problems with the police departments policy manual can be re solved by the end of Chuck territorial manager for the insurance firm of Markel services said he talked with City officials Friday by Tele he is insisting that a policy manual be in the hands of All Salina police which he says would reduce the chances of lawsuits being filed against the whats in a name Rolla county formerly known As after a Kansas Rolla received its name because of an error made by the Post office population 417 source 1001 place names authors Sondra Van Meier Mccoy and Jin hulls by Barbara Joseph the associated press Topeka the House spent some Long hours this past week debating abortion and selective admissions to state while the Senate Laid Down restrictions on surrogate Parent analysis the legislature now has completed eight the seventh week being the midpoint of the regular 90day lawmakers have five More weeks to untangle some complicated prob on the House gave final to a watered Down version of an abortion parental notification after a Marathon eight hour debate the vote sent the measure to the where it is expected to go through extensive com Mittee hearings and despite the fact that the Bill is not As strict As anti abortionists would they nevertheless saw it As a step in the right a spokesman for Mike Hay Den called the vote it was Haydens Bill the House modified and the measure would require doctors to notify one a blood relative 21 or or a clergy when a girl under 16 seeks an the girl also could go to court to avoid any and parents could waive their right to notification in Haydens original Bill would have required a doctor to notify one Parent before a girl under 16 seeks an it also contained a judicial bypass earlier in the some House members were incensed by the method used to get any Bill on parental notification to the House the House Federal and state affairs committee had killed All three Bills on the sub the House transportation committee gutted a transportation substituted a parental notification Bill under the same number and sent it to the House for critics said the method undermined the com Mittee earlier in the the House debated for 4vz hours whether Kansas should require students to meet certain criteria beyond graduating from a state High school to be admitted to state regents the result was a rejection of the so called qualified admissions idea by a 5964 the Bill remains on the House debate but leaders say it int Likely to be debated again unless there is a change of heart by enough it was the second time the House has rejected the concept since the Board of regents endorsed it in regents executive director Stan Koplik said the vote could have gone either Way and that Many still misunderstood the any Kansas High school graduate can enter a state under the graduates under 21 would have to obtain a Grade Point average on a scale in a regents pre College score 21 or better on the american College test or graduate in the top third of the their some exceptions would the Senate a on thursday a Bill that would make it a crime to after the Reno county spelling Winner Bill reviews some of the words he spelled spell continued from Page 1 Evelyn Bills embraced him a few minutes after he was Given the firs place plaque and a list of words to study for the state i knew you could do she told her Henricks said As far As she Bill was the first student from the Hutchinson Grade school to win the county spelling this is one really exceptional she Hes a very exceptional in addition to his Bill said his Diana and his two Willette Miller and Cindy All of attended the con test to offer their i was More nervous than he Cotton Hes so Calm about she said her Nephew was the first member of their family to the final four sporting signs identifying their anxiously wait As the judges prepare for the spelling bees final compete in the county spelling who lives with his Willie and Diana 1504 East will com Pete against 102 other county champions at the state spelling photos by Chris Schaner during the contest with Evelyn his teacher at Grandview elementary from pretty Prairie was awarded the third place plaque in saturdays compete this years spelling Bee didst run As smoothly As those in the people in the audience challenged the pronunciations of a number of words Given to students by David a Hutchinson words which he mispronounced included quaintness and judges for the event de Johnson of first National Patty Biehler of the american red and John a Hutchinson had a difficult time keeping track of which students had been the judges were Given word lists prior to the according to spelling Bee chairman Kathy of first National she said Holmes was also Given a list of their definitions and examples of their usage in Bee on March 31 in he will receive a Check to help pay expenses to the states Cap miss Shuman was named the second place and bran Don an eight grader arrange surrogate Mother con punishable by six months in prison for anyone the measure now goes to the under such couples who cannot have babies contract with other women to carry the couple artificially inseminated a woman with the husbands and the woman carries the child until either for pay or for she then allows the couple to adopt the baby she bore for Frank offered the amendment that made the contracts instead of just voidable if the Mother changed her mind about giving up the were tinkering with some thing the Good lord didst mean for us to tinker he citing ethical issues raised by Frozen sperm Banks and test tube firms woes affecting Doskocil by Jan Biles the Hutchinson news the recent shakeup in the Price of Doskocil Stock Hast just affected the workers at the South Hutchinson meat processing company chairman Larry Doskocil also is experiencing the Doskocil has million outstanding common shares of according to company spokesman win one third of those shares Are owned by Larry the Price of common Stock in May 1989 was on the Price per share hit Bottom at and then slowly started to climb the bid Price closed Friday at a Doskocil Stock holders have lost roughly million in the past 10 although they Haven lost Mil Lions of 50 employees Laid off Friday from Doskocil meat processing Plant in South Hutch Inson May be experiencing a financial crunch this Neilson said the workers left their work stations Friday on a voluntary he said the company action did not constitute a Layoff since the employees had decided on their own to take vacation or Holiday i prefer to Call it he if youre taking Vaca youre not he later admitted that a few of the employees did not Volunteer to take the time he said didst know How Many employees fell into that Neilson said the Layoff affected 20 percent of the company 250 when asked if the Layoff would affect employees he said the question was irrelevant to the situation at the the employees realize the difficult have gone out of their Way to cooperate with he the company is most the Laid off All from the company pizza Topping de Are expected to be gone for one correction the associated press erroneously reported Friday the final vote of Henry d on a parental notification Helgerson voted to Advance the Bill to final action after debate thursday he voted for the Bill on final action work ceases on Ford county project by Larry Peirce the Hule Hinson news Dodge City work has stopped on the Ford county Lora Locke government Center for the second time in a month because the county contractor has not fulfilled its License Richard a Dodge City building said he stopped work wednesday when Oppen Heimer design build of Kansas failed to show results from a contractors abiding by the i had to shut them Down and Chain the Brown Oppenheimer is renovating the 80yearold hotel into Square feet of office space for the the building is four to six months from he Brown said Oppenheimer officials told him the results from the exam with Block and associates would be returned a Day after the 24 test Brown stopped work 1 for the same but the City commission allowed City Man Ager Jim Witt to temporarily sex licensing dispute leads to shutdown tend Oppenheimer License to work in the citing Joss of control of the building inspection taking a Job in Las his last Day is March the cites temporary Extension for Oppenheimer also expired thursday Brown the building will stay locked until Oppenheimer shows proof that an employee is certified and is on site at least once a week to supervise Brown said Oppenheimer officials told him that Block and associates had made an agreement to return the test results in 24 but the Agency denies any such Oppenheimer project Archi Marvin told the Dodge City daily Globe that the results of the taken by employee Ralph would be sent to the Brown said test results take from 10 to 14 Days to be to add to Oppenheimer prob the City is having difficulty obtaining adequate alarm system plans for the building from Oppenheimer if those plans Arent submitted to his Satis fac he the work could be stopped the stoppage is the projects latest in a series of Brown and the county commission have disagreed Over fire sprinklers Brown wants More of them than the county wants to two weeks Brown notified Oppenheimer that it must accept his fire sprinkler plans or Appeal them at the building Board of the county decided to Appeal Browns requirements a hearing is set for March Brown said he has no quarrel with Oppenheimer contract Man Ager Paul Giarratana Over the stoppage or the but that the county is responsible for Many of the he and i Are victims of Politi Cal i he growing crowd gathers for pointers on gardening by Larry Peirce the Hutch inbox news Mildred Mcadow Learned that some of the Flowers she grew at her old Illinois Home survive Kansas hotter but she still left satisfied from a gathering for gardeners saturday at the Hutchinson Mcadow and More than 300 gardeners came to hear about horticulture at the meeting sponsored by the Reno county Extension service and the Hutchinson horticulture were having a lot bigger crowd than we Ever said club member Alberta the crowd was a Good mix of people of All who came and stayed for each of the six said Debbie Reno county Extension horticulture we didst know what to Graber we retained attendance was boosted because Many gardeners Are eager to get seeds in the ground for another she said Many questions dealt with How to grow plants successfully in the Sandy and Cla dominated soils in people like to know they Are doing some of the right she information was also available in which quickly disappeared from the she experts discussed topics such As successful vegetable soil annual and perennial Flowers and Lawn

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