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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Hutchinson, Kansas The Hutchinson news May 16 year 118 315 35 former Boston red sox left fielder Carl Yastremski stands next to a life sized sculpture of himself after it was unveiled saturday night in the sculpture was created by Rhode Island artist Armand Lamontagne out of a single piece of laminated a High roller japanese business Man identified As Akio Kashiwagi and his friends dropped some million gambling at the Trump Plaza hotel with earnings like its not surprising that Donald Trump loves the Atlantic City Casino business so he said Over the weekend that Kash betting a hand while two companions placed had million left in chips when he finally walked away from the Baccarat reporters were unable to find Kashiwagi for but he report edly won million at Trump Plaza playing the High stakes card game in Trump said that allowing Kashiwagi to play is a and its but i like it a 1907 Rolls Royce Silver ghost has been sold for a world record Price for a an auction spokesman this is the Best Rolls there British businessman Charles Howard said of the Cream coloured once owned by the Rockefeller it and a sister which sold for Are among Only four known to the highest Price paid at auction for any car was million for a 1931 Bugatti sold in 1987 at Chris ties in a fire consumed half a million old tires and drove 60 families briefly from their Homes before it was bought under control investigators suspected arson in the Blaze at a two lock storage area that had been ordered cleared by the said fire chief Wilbur mini 12 16 yesterdays weather extremes High 104 at Bullhead Low 23 at big perhaps for the first Mankind now has a Chance to rid itself of the political and military confrontation among states in order to address the problems which Call for joint outgoing soviet a m Bassadore Yuri in an address to graduating George Washington University Stu dents intercepted letter Richard Davis body Armor maker Michigan dear were glad to see behind your you standing Hutch 2 servicemen slain Philippines api suspected communist rebels killed two american servicemen near an air base sunday on the eve of talks Between the United states and the Philippines on extending the lease on military a third american told report ers he managed to the military cancelled All of Post leaves for the defense department civilian employees and military dependents in the Philippines Fol lowing the the assailants and there was no immediate claim of the area near the Clark air base has been a com communist rebels suspected Monist stronghold since the and Robert Abad of the National police operations Center for Central Luzon said authorities suspected communist Abad said the who were wearing civilian were slain about cd near a hotel a half mile from the main Gate at air 50 Miles North of an air Force Wayne confirmed the kill Ings but gave no he re fused to release the names or hometowns pending notification of philippine police identified the dead As airman John and airman James they were assigned to the 8th aircraft generation Squadron on temporary duty Here from Kun san air 110 Miles South of South a third airman 1st class Randall told re porters he was haggling with a cab Driver for a ride when he heard shots behind i ducked and ran Back toward the Moore he said his unit arrived in the Philippines on May 3 for the annual Cope Thunder military which ends Crist said the air Force or dered All troops Back to the base after the those living off base were restricted to he Early the Navy announced on the military far East network that restrictions had been imposed at All six Navy rear Admiral Roger Rich issued the order in his capacity As representative of the Pacific natures Handiwork when the Tornado blew through it Tore apart but it also fused together a work of said Monty who stands sunday in front of what used to be an antique Sid delivery Hay Rake at his fathers farm East of bought the mangled contraption from Eli Bontrager after seeing it in a Field that he was helping Bontrager clean after the photo by Sandra Waits devastating March 13 it was beyond destroyed it was a work of he Westerman plans to Send photos of twister which he named Tumbleweed and dust to the new York museum of modern to see if it would like to Purchase i want people to see if nothing for historical israeli officer proposes hostage Swap Lebanon a the commander of israels proxy Force in Southern Lebanon said sunday he is ready to Swap a Large number of the 300 mos lems held by his militia for 16 Western hostages held by pro iranian Antoine commander of the Israel backed South Leb anon also included in the Trade three israeli servicemen and several of his men held by shiite in not Only prepared facilitate such a package but i also Hope it could Lahd said an interview with the associated press at his single Story Stone House in the Sla compound in a retired lebanese army commands the Strong militia that patrols israels Security zone in Southern it is backed by about israeli in a senior government spokesman asked about lands said i dont think it depends on Lahd or on us but on the other asked if there was any sign of movement from the other the spokesman said on condition of none that i know the Sla holds the 300 shiites in a Small Village in israels Sixto 10milewide Security which stretches from the Mediterranean to the Foothills of the Border zone was established in 1985 when is Rael ended a three year occupation and withdrew the bulk of its army from Southern most of the 16 Western hos tages missing in Lebanon Are held by pro iranian shiite factions operating under the umbrella of the fundamentalist or party of the longest held is Terry chief Middle East correspondent for the he was kidnapped on March two american Rob Ert Polhill and Frank were released by their pro iranian captors last month As a Goodwill since there have been contradictory state ments from Iran on any further president Bush has re fused to Deal for Freedom for the armed filipino troops were deployed around Clark after the it was the first attack on americans at Clark since october when three americans and a filipino civilian were slain by rebels outside the including the two men eight americans have died in politically motivated slayings in the Phillip Ines since april officials believe All the killings were carried out by communist an american who re fused to give his said the airmen were waiting for a cab on Samson Street near Clark when two or three filipinos approached and shot them in the Back of their Heads with soviet sees big changes for world Washington a soviet ambassador Yuri Dubinin told George Washington University students sunday the class of 1990 is entering a unique which is changing rapidly As never perhaps a soviet ambassador has More reason to say that since in my a week and sometimes a Day brings changes which otherwise would have taken Dubinin said at commencement ceremonies for the University Elliott school of International but he said the rapid rate of change is also True of International relations in Europe and the speech was Dubinink last scheduled formal Public appear Ance in Washington before his departure to become the soviet unions ambassador to perhaps for the first Mankind now has a Chance to rid itself of the political and military confrontation among states in order to address the problems which Call for joint of said Over the years our Best Polit ical minds thought of ways to deceive or defeat the now we Are learning to think about each other not As but As at the Malta president Mikhail Gorbachev said that the soviet Union no longer regarded the United states As its new closeness is How pres ident Bush described our rela never has there been a More productive period of soviet american interaction As in recent he we have come to Trust each other enough to reveal our military bases and we have started to destroy the most sophisticated nuclear turning Dis armament from a Utopia into i am sure that the Summit Between president Gorbachev and president Bush coming up in just two weeks on american soil will become a major step in the process of bringing our two nations closer together and will prove to be an outstanding event of International Legal shootout looms Over bulletproof vests Washington a Richard Davis loads his mag num he grasps the Pis Tol with both Points it at his Abdomen and stares ahead he fires his body jerks with the a Grin spreads across his weather beaten nothing to he says with the satisfaction of a Man who has shot himself More than 130 times As a sales pitch for the bulletproof vests his company but despite Davis Confidence in his the Federal govern ment is pushing National stand Ards for body Armor that he and other producers consider unreal the feud has become so bitter that some Law enforcement for whom Vest Quality is a life death Are asking Congress to Dennis said he expects to introduce a Bill to establish mandatory standards this Carl d has written attorney general Dick Thornburgh urging him to mediate a the increasing uncertainty can Only Hurt Law enforcement of Levin the highly technical debate boils Down to four issues How the vests should be particularly the amount of stuffing needed to Stop bullets How they should be tested for effectiveness who should set the standards and whether they should be voluntary or the National Institute of jus a Branch of the Justice de has set voluntary standards for vests and tested them for Quality since the Early during vests Are mounted on Clay blocks and bul lets Are fired into them from varying distances and to meet nil a Vest must not Only atop bullets it must also see 3 Richard Davis shoots himself at Point Blank Range with a magnum handgun recently to show the effectiveness v aug cited Pren photo of the bulletproof vests his company he is opposed to new government standards regulating such body

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