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Lawrence Daily Journal World (Newspaper) - March 2, 1990, Lawrence, Kansas The Lawrence daily journal world Friday i Mil win i March Kansas 38 61 25 cents local death probed As homicide by Imholt jew staff writer the Douglas county sheriffs department is investigating an apparent homicide involving a 19yearold Lawrence Man whose body was found Early this morning lying along East 15th Street about a mile East of sheriff Loren Anderson identified the victim As Christopher George bread and said his death is being investigated As a a combined investigative squad of Douglas county police agencies is being formed to work on the he if it is determined that bread was the victim of a it would be the first such Case in the county this an autopsy on bread was be ing performed today by Douglas county Coroner Carol Moddrell and results were not available at press Anderson said bread suffered head breads body was spotted along the Side of the Road by a Lawrence Man who was driving Home from work just after 1 Anderson said the Man saw something beside the Road and stopped to after seeing the he went to a Telephone and alerted breads body was on the North Side of East 15th lying parallel to the Anderson said the condition of the body indicated that it was found within two hours of breads the area where the body was found is with slowed Fields on either Side of East 15th Steven whose House is about 150 Yards East of where the body was said he had been interviewed by police but he did not hear or see any unusual activity in the area late thursday night or Early this Anderson said other residents in the area were being interviewed today about whether they heard any activity no weapon was located at the Anderson As of noon police said they had no suspects in the Anderson said they Are not sure How the body came to be in the location it was it could have been dumped out of a it could have been hit by a it could have been just about he the sheriff said he knew of no motive for the see death Page 9a Christopher bread in 1987 Lawrence High school yearbook staff photo by Richard Gwin Amy a Kansas University student in elementary judges one of the Douglas county science fair projects thursday the displays Are open to Public viewing until 10 today at the Douglas county 4h where an awards ceremony for winners will begin at 7 Young scientists investigate world by Brad Addington jew staff writer if your Mother tells you Check it those words by John the late Kansas University were meant to encourage journalists to investigate what their sources told even if a source happened to be ones own but several Young scientists in the area have also questioned what their mothers and others told and the results of their queries Are now on display at the Douglas county science the at the Douglas county 4h will be open for Public View ing All Day today until 10 and an awards ceremony for the Best projects will Start at 7 according to Thor chairman of the fairs judging the judges had some difficult decisions to make in selecting which projects would be awarded because of the great number of projects entered and the High Quality of those pro Ive been real the Quality of the projects that have shown especially in terms of have improved enormously Over the last five said in a recent science fair workshop for teachers and parents of Holmes explained that science fair coordinators were not necessarily looking for fancy such As erupting volcanoes and colourful Butterfly Holmes students should consider questions about things that interest and then attempt to answer those questions the students followed the Mike another in i was just real it was pretty obvious that Many of the kids really see Page 9a House approves notification Bill Topeka a the House today passed a watered Down version of Mike Haydens abortion notification representatives a Bill that requires a doctor to notify another adult when a girl under 16 seeks an the House tentatively approved the Bill thursday after a the measure is actually a House substitute for a Senate passed the Senate ver Sion was a proposal to in crease vehicle registration and the measure no longer contains any of those the full Senate has yet to vote this year on abortion Senate majority Leader Fred said he will ask Senate president Bud to Send the measure to committee for extensive hearings and its obviously a very Dif Ferent he about abortion notification its difficult to predict what the outcome will the measure originally was a strict parental notification requiring that Doc tors notify both parents in writing 48 hours in Advance when a girl under 18 seek an it also made it a class d felony for doctors to ignore the the House amended the Bill so that now it applies to girls under a Doc Tor could notify a but he could also notify a blood relative older than 21 or a member of the the notification could be Oral or in see House Page 9a traffic ways future debated on show by Brad Addington jew staff writer while Lawrence residents seem split on the proposal for a South Lawrence an Exchange thursday night bet Ween Lawrence mayor Bob Schumm and City commissioner David Penny indicated that the two officials Are divided on a proposal for an East the Exchange occurred during a Callin television program broadcast in conjunction with a recent journal world Public Opi Nion listening to and jew stories that reported on Survey the weekly stories and accompany ing Sunflower Cablevision 6 broadcasts began 22 and will continue for two More thursday nights program focused on hot issues in and one discussion on a proposed East traffic Way prompted Schumm to Call in and question statements made by who served As a program Penny had said that the Kansas department of transportation had ruled out the possibility of providing funds for an East without that financial assistance to help the City and county pay for such a and with Many property owners in proposed areas for the traffic Way against the Penny said the East traffic Way Issue was politically but Schumm said Penny was incorrect in that state financing for the traffic Way had not been ruled out by Dot but was still under i want that to filter through the Schumm adding that he didst agree that the East tray Ficay Issue was dead or that it had been put to Penny with Many property owners in the proposed area against the its going to be very difficult to get a corridor through while Schumm and Penny Are divided on the East tray the journal world Survey indicated that local residents were split right Down the Middle on a South of the 299 registered voters who were asked whether they see Page 9a Secretary promotes tax Rollback by John Taylor jew staff writer Mike Haydens proposition 13 property tax Rollback slow getting out of the Gate when it was announced earlier this is gaining grassroots a member of Haydens Cabinet said this morning in Revenue Secretary de Rolfs whisked into the City to promote the Rollback proposal before a breakfast gathering of about 60 members of the Lawrence chamber of the Stopover continues a series of appearances the Revenue Secretary is Mak ing across Kansas to drum see Page 9a health care plans facing opposition inside today Washington a a draft proposal to spend billion on two of the nations big Gest health care problems is run Ning into behind Hestenes White House opposition even before it comes up for a the bipartisan commis Sion on comprehensive health care planned to vote today on a proposal to provide health insurance to More than 31 million uninsured americans and help 9 million americans pay the High Cost of Lon term several sources said thursday that approval was not noting that the White House had been pressuring republicans on the 15 member commission to withhold their Fortney Pete a California Democrat who is a member the predicted its recommendations to Congress would be a dead let Ter because of opposition from the White the postmaster in this Case is president Bush and they dont want a plan which would Embarrass them in the next Stark the commissions draft plan would require All businesses with More than 100 employees to pro vide private health insurance to their or to contribute to a Public plan for employees and nonworking when fully All americans would be provided health insurance through their employer or the Public it also would offer All americans coverage for Long term care in their Homes and for the first three months in a Nurs ing Federal benefits for additional time spent in a Nurs ing Home would be greatly in Lawrence girls 8260 Lawrence highs girls basketball team clobbered 82 to avenge an earlier loss and make saturdays substrate Page 1d the weather a Nice mostly sunny and High Page 2a bus Drivers go on strike greyhounds Drivers went on strike Early today at the country Only nationwide bus stopping their buses outside terminals and stranding thousands of Page 2a Index area Kun real estate1c2c quotable thank goodness the Days when popular culture glorified and glamorized drug use Are fading president Bush speaking to group of entertainers in los Angeles on thurs Day night counsel named for Hud probe Washington a former Federal judge Arlin Adams was appointed today to investigate allegations that former housing Secretary Samuel Pierce and top aides illegally steered government rent subsidies to politically connected Adams was appointed an Independent counsel by a special court to investigate allegations that Pierce and top aides at the department of housing and Urban development conspired to defraud the moderate rehabilitation who served 17 years As a member of the 3rd circuit court of appeals in is now a private lawyer in tha City and chairman of the Board of directors of the University of Penn Sylvania Law the appointment had been sought by Dick Thornburgh following a 90day preliminary inquiry into the allegations by the Justice depart ments Public integrity has been affiliated with the Philadelphia Law firm of Segal and Lewis since retiring from the court in see counsel Page 9a

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