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Lawrence Daily Journal World (Newspaper) - June 3, 1990, Lawrence, Kansas Lawrence journal world nation world june 1990 Page 2a sunday in Brief from journal world news services Prague bomb injures 15 people Czechoslovakia a bomb in a plastic bag exploded in a crowded Square saturday barely a week before National injuring about 15 people including tourists enjoying a witnesses and news reports one witness said scores were but that could not be in Dependently there was no immediate claim of responsibility and police refused to provide saying it was too Early to establish a with emotions running High ahead of parliamentary elections Friday and some people on the scene blamed the explosion on attempts to disrupt the democratic process that top pled Hartline communists last murderer wins stay of execution Carson a murderer scheduled to die for kill ing a bus Driver won an unwanted stay saturday from the 9th circuit court of appeals until the court can Rule on his parents plea to keep him a three judge panel of the based in san ruled 21 that a District court judge in Reno erred by not holding an evidentiary hearing on the parents claim that Thomas Baal has suffered brain damage and tried suicide several the ruling about 11 hours before the scheduled put scheduled a hearing july 31 in and ordered prosecution and defense lawyers to submit written briefs in Doris and Edwin Baal of said their sons Long term mental problems prevented him from making a rational decision about his Baal insisted he wanted no further i just want to go die and be he said Pilot suspended after arrest a Northwest airlines Pilot was suspended from flying after his arrest on a Drunken driving charge As he drove to according to a published report he was on his to Fly a regular passenger Northwest spokesman Doug Miller told the Saint Paul Pioneer Hans of was arrested on memorial and has been suspended from the newspaper shortly after his Falkenberg asked to make a phone Call so he could Call his employer and cancel a said Minnesota patrol Dean Falkenberg was stopped by a state trooper for driving an average of 73 Mph in a 55mph zone on a state Highway in cot Tage Grove on monday Swanson Al Slavador rebels stage attacks san Al Salvador leftist rebels attacked army positions saturday just West of san residents in the second Day of intensified fighting in the 10yearold civil guerrilla commander Jorge speaking on Clandestine rebel radio said the insurgents Are trying to pressure the government into negotiating an end to the the fighting took place in Ciudad seven Miles West of san the the who spoke on Condi Tion of said they knew of no the armed forces said 15 guerrillas were killed and 25 wounded in fighting with army troops Friday along the pan american Highway 45 Miles East of san Salvador in san Vicente tests scheduled for shuttle Cape Nasa on saturday prepared for another test of Columbia in its Effort to pinpoint the Hydrogen leak that has grounded the space shuttle until mid june or possibly workers have been trying without Success to locate the leak in columbian rear engine compartment since thursday by in creasing pressure on the shuttles external which is filled with read Congress May sink 6a germans hold 10a a hospitals 12a student Hopes dispute is hair gone tomorrow Kansas a the american civil Liber ties Union is supporting a High school students Effort to have removed from his record a on Day suspension that was prompted by a botched hair Damian a Washington High school and his Susie have lobbied school officials to remove the suspend and now Dick Kurten director of the Acle of Kansas and Western is investigating the Schiesser troubles began when he came to school april 12 with an extremely Short he said it had been his habit to Cut his own hair in creative styles nearly every but this time he botched and then cropped it who is said he didst think much of his messed up but three Black students confronted him at school and accused him of being a member of a racist skinhead assistant principal Benoyd Ellison suspended Schiesser following the saying the haircut contributed to a disruptive the other unidentified youths we rent its not different than the longhair cases of the late 60s and Early Kurtenbach appearance is part of the constitutionally protected Freedom of weve urged the school District to do the right what the parents and Clear the matter aids victim awarded million Phoenix a a jury awarded million to a 5yearold who contracted aids through an unauthorized blood Transf and his parents in what his attorney believes is the largest award of its the Maricopa county jury on Friday awarded million to Alex Edwards and million to each of his Roy and Pat the jury on May 23 found Abraham Kuruvilla and the neonatology associates liable for Alexs aids infection through the unauthorized transfusion shortly after the boys birth in Duane the Phoenix attorney representing Kuruvilla and the said he would file an Appeal Alex can neither walk nor talk and needs 24hour care due to damage to his Ner Vous system from the jurors said they didst know How How Long the boy would live but that they wanted to make sure he had enough to provide for his whats going to happen if he lives to be 30 or 40 asked jury Foreman Ray Alexs parents wont have the Money to care for he were just real Happy and pleased that the jury worked together and came up with a reasonable Roy Edwards told judge David Cole had dismissed two other defendants blood systems the Parent company of the firm that provided the and Samaritan health valuable find a photo Justin Sharp of pulled his Kitten from the wreckage of his grandmothers Home after it was destroyed by a Tornado Justin and his family hid under a Couch during the liberian rebels nearing capital Liberia a seeking to topple the government of presi Dent Samuel Doe advanced on the capital saturday and appeared to be meeting Little resistance from government correspondents who drove the 35 Miles from Monrovia to the where the rebel Advance had stalled said the Only government troops in sight were 20 men Manning a Roadblock Between the Airport and the the rebels were seen fanning travel ing off the roads straight toward the by avoiding the winding roads and marching through the the insurgents would Cut the distance from the Airport to 25 the Only significant military presence in the capital was around does executive Man where Israel trained troops of his elite special Antiterrorist unit were Sta a who spoke on condition of said the latest developments could mean that Many soldiers had or that the fighting had stopped because a Deal Between Doe and the rebels was being worked which runs the Hospital where the transfusion was administered after a settlement was reached in Alex was born suffering from severe respiratory problems due to fluid in the lungs when he was transferred to Good Samaritan where Kuruvilla ordered the that corrected the fluid related Olson said during the Olson argued that Edwards signed a consent form allowing doctors to treat her son As they saw but the Edwards Douglas argued that not enough was known about the risk of aids by transfusion and that Kuruvilla should have received consent from the boys parents for the mayors lawyers seeking a Deal on drug charges Washington a mayor Marion barrys defense attorneys kept up bargain ing with prosecutors Over the weekend As they prepared for the Start of his trial on charges of cocaine Possession and jury selection was scheduled to Start Mon Day barring negotiation of a Las minute plea bargain in the talks Between barrys attorneys and Federal the 54yearold mayor last week appeared determined to see the Case through in the courtroom rather than accept an agreement that would require him to plead guilty to felony but sources familiar with the speak ing on condition of said the two sides continued to explore the possibility of an the Case Marks the Low Point in barrys Stormy tenure As his latest troubles arise from his visits to the hotel room of former City employee Charles Lewis in december Lewis pleaded guilty last year to conspiring to buy at least Worth of crack cocaine for the information from Lewis led Federal investigators to onetime Model Rasheeda whose role in an Fri sting operation led to barrys Barry visited her hotel room 18 while Fri cameras taped the mayor smoking crack cocaine supplied by an Fri agent pos ing As a Friend of he is charged with Possession of cocaine and perjury for lying to a Federal grand jury about his involvement with the videotape is the Centrepiece of the governments 14count Case alleging posses Sion of cocaine on numerous occasions since Ive seen this and the tape is More damaging to the government than to Barry said in an interview with the Washington he admitted smoking crack but said the government had tried to kill him by providing a potentially lethal the weather report Kansas weather june 3 forecast for daytime conditions and High temperatures Colo i Kansas City 79 Liberal i Wichita of Pittsburg showers to slims rain flurries Snow let sumy Cloudy Cloudy a Asio Dexl Para Ciapha Cosnel Al 980 acc Kansas zones Douglas county is in zone 15 zones 2 today mostly highs around partly lows 50 to partly highs 85 to zones 6 today mostly highs 80 to partly lows 55 to partly highs 85 to zones 8 today mostly highs around partly lows upper partly highs upper zones 17 today mostly highs lower partly lows 55 to partly highs zones 11 today mostly High around partly lows partly highs zones 16 today mostly mild and highs upper Northwest winds 15 to 25 Mph and partly lows 50 to partly highs in the lower local forecast mostly highs in the upper Northwest winds 15 25 Mph and partly lows partly highs in the lower monday partly lows in the lower journal world temperatures 4 10 6 8 2 official readings saturday High 74 Low 64 precipitation none year ago today High 80 Low 60 record this Date High 95 in 1972 Low 45 in 1946 Sunrise Sunset Clinton Lake report saturday Lake temperature 68 degrees Lake level feet above mean sea level Normal level feet National weather the accuweather1 forecast for june Unes show High fronts j Colo warm stationary in sch Tow rat Flims Sumira the weather elsewhere by the associated press saturday travel Outlook Missouri mostly Sun High in 70s to Low Low in High in Nebraska warmer highs 75 to 80 mid70s partly Cloudy tonight and lows tonight upper warmer highs mid 708 to Oklahoma highs today and monday in lows tonight in the Colorado fair and warmer through highs today 80s with mid60s to lower 80s Moun lows tonight 50s with 40s highs monday 85 to 95 with 70s and 80s Road conditions Kansas Highway patrol 12963102 Kansas Turnpike authority 8438250 temperatures indicate Days High and overnight Hilo by 86 53 Alberque 81 51 Amarillo 83 47 Anchorage 62 51 Asheville 70 62 Atlanta 86 68 at Etc qty 83 61 Austin 97 79 Baltimore 84 62 Billings 65 43 Birm Nehm 89 71 Bismarck 55 49 Boise 70 49 previous Low to 7 pc Tolk in Clr 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