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Independence Examiner (Newspaper) - May 5, 1990, Independence, Missouri Page 5 a the examiner a saturday May 5,1990 in the news Ralston will spend millions on Keystone St. Louis a Ralston Purina co., which is buying Back minority interests in its Keystone resort in Colorado plans to spend $20 million Over the next two years to double the ski developments size. A the company decided to regain Complete ownership of Keystone because we believe Keystone is positioned to become the Premier year round resort in the Rocky mountains a Patrick Farrell a spokesman for the St. Louis based pet food maker said thursday. Keystone about 75 Miles West of Denver is one of the largest ski developments in the Rockies. More than i million people visit the resort each year. Farrell declined to say How much Ralston will pay for interests it sold to Morgan guaranty capital corp. And Prudential insurance co. In 1984. Ralston began developing Keystone in 1974. The 1984 Sale had reduced its stake in the resort to 50 percent. Hunters get reprieve from National guard Columbia to. A Turkey Hunters can stalk the wilds of Macon county this weekend without fear of running into hundreds of members of the Missouri National guard. The guard Friday cancelled a training exercise that would have been held in a popular Hunting area. Up to 400 members of the 128th Field artillery battalion based in Columbia were scheduled to take part in the exercises said maj. Ken Macnevin spokesman for the guard. The guard also has reviewed its policy on the 1,200 acre training area Macnevin said and will a try to avoid using the area during Hunting a a we re not talking Small squads of soldiers trying to hide a Macnevin said before the decision to cancel was made. A there will be a 5-ton truck towing a howitzer and a Large truck with a shed on it like a command Post. We anticipate our simple presence will Lead the turkeys to go find a quieter Kun Senate proposes Roto credit cutback Lawrence Kan. The University of Kansas Senate proposed Friday that Roth courses no longer be counted for credit toward graduation until the department of defense changes its policy of Banning homosexuals from earning military commissions through the program. Kun joined More than 25 other universities in condemning the defense departments action which conflicts with University policy on discrimination said Judith Ramaley executive vice Chancellor. The Senate composed of two thirds faculty members and one third students on thursday approved the proposal to not count Roth courses for credit. The proposal needs to be ratified by Chancellor Gene Budig. Missouri health chief promises local help Jefferson City or. John r. Bagby jr., named state health director by gov. John Ashcroft says his top priority will be to strengthen local health departments throughout Missouri. Bagby 71, was named to the Post Friday but will not begin his Job As head of the department of health until he is confirmed by the Senate which is expected to occur before the general Assembly adjourns May 18. A the Mission of Public health is carried out at the local area. Policy is established. At the state level. Everything we can do to strengthen county and City health departments i think is to the advantage of Public health a Bagby said during a news conference in a the governors office. Bagby currently operates a private consulting firm and serves As an adjunct professor at Colorado a state University in fort Collins. He will be paid $83,172 a year in a Bis new Post. Flood victims body found near Warsaw Warsaw to. A searchers recovered the body of a woman Friday who drowned when High water swept her car off a Bridge off a Bridge authorities said. The body of Cheryl Mccain 39, was recovered about 9 30 . About three Miles North of the Bridge said Clay Dennis chief Deputy of the Benton county sheriffs department. Mccain and her Boyfriend Larry Hankins 43, of Stover were in a car that was swept off Edwards Bridge by High water about 11 30 . Thursday Dennis said. Hankins was the Driver. From wire reports Iowa skipper blames Navy for bungled Job image conscious managers now open Norfolk a. A the skipper of the Iowa retired Friday with a broadside at the Navy saying it bungled an investigation into the explosion that killed 47 sailors aboard the battleship last year. Capt. Fred p. Moosally said investigators paid too much attention to the Navy a image and put Moosally too much Stock in unsubstantiated information. The investigators concluded that the explosion in a gun Turret had been set off by a suicidal Seaman. A it is too bad the Iowa investigation team consisted of managers a and apparently not very Good managers at that a people More concerned about determining whether the paperwork was done than if people were properly trained a Moosally said during the change of command ceremony for the world War in Era battleship. Moosally who retired Friday after 24 years in the Navy said the investigation was handled by a people More concerned with a getting it Over he said they used a facts and opinions based on unsubstantiated third party information unsubstantiated reports and a after the investigation report was released it is too bad that the Ball was handed off to people most concerned about an institutional image and therefore unable to bring themselves to admit that the investigation report is irreconcilable with the results of every inspection held on the Iowa before and after april 19,�?� Moosally said. 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Trade representative Carla Hills and other delegation leaders sought to portray the talks in a positive Light saying the discussions had been useful in highlighting areas of disagreement and providing momentum to resolving disputes. Canadian Trade minister John Crosbie praised the discussions for a turning the heat up in the four year Effort to liberalize the rules governing world Trade. The officials said Progress had been made in narrowing differences in certain lower level issues such As How Trade disputes Are handled. But they were unable to Point to any breakthroughs in the major areas in dispute including agriculture and barriers erected by the United states and other Industrial countries to imports of textiles. With time running out on the four year Effort to Reform the global trading system Hills said negotiators would Appeal to president Bush and other leaders at the seven nation economic Summit in july to Supply a a political push to break the stalemate. Hills Crosbie japanese Trade minister Kabul Muto and Frans Andriessen top Trade negotiator for the european Community appeared at the closing news conference. The goal of the talks was to provide guidance so that lower level negotiators would be Able to reach at least the outline of a final agreement during talks scheduled for late july in Geneva. Save 50 on color processing amp 4x6 prints each picture is the Best it can be or we reprint it free. Now one hour services photo finishing a enlargements a reprints a double prints also available Wallet photos a instant color passport photos a video Transfer a copies from prints a cameras and accessories a film >010309 i i 1 color prints 50%o�f regular one hour Price Ica i in lab process Only. Print length varies with film size. One Roll per Coupon not combi Nable with other processing and i print offers. 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