Archive for Saturday, May 1, 1993

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HADL REMEMBERS DAY WHEN YOUNG BANKED HUGE EXPRESS CHECK
May 1, 1993
John Hadl knew nine years ago that the heart of the 49er offense that Joe Montana left in San Francisco was a cut above the average quarterback. And Steve Young was a doggone rich young man before he ever took one snap as a professional. Hadl, the college All-American and all-pro quarterback who now heads Kansas University’s Williams Fund, was the head coach of the Los Angeles Express of the defunct United States Football League in 1984 and 1985.
CREATIVE ACTION
May 1, 1993
The residents of Nieder Acres, just south of the Lawrence city limits, have come up with a creative solution for a dilemma facing their suburban neighborhood. If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.
BEAUTY PARLOR
May 1, 1993
There is no end, it seems, to the list of apparently harmless activities which run the risk of being branded as harmful to one’s health. One by one, the alleged sureties of life and safe harbors are having dark clouds of doubt cast over their merits, to the point there is virtually nothing which does not put somebody at risk in some situation.
PAGEANT CONTESTANTS EYE MISS KANSAS TITLE
May 1, 1993
One of three Lawrence residents could be the next Miss Kansas. All it takes, according to them, is three things practice, practice, and physical fitness. The pageant to determine Miss Kansas will be held June 10-12 at Pratt Community College in Pratt.
PROBLEMS FORESEEN IN CLINTON LOAN PLAN
May 1, 1993
Changes proposed by President Clinton in the U.S. college financial aid system might create headaches for higher education administrators, a Kansas University official said. Clinton announced plans Friday to bring the college loan system under federal control and create a community service program to help students pay college tuition.
SATURDAY COLUMN
May 1, 1993
Late last week newspaper editors and publishers from throughout the Unites States and Canada gathered in Boston to discuss newspaper-related matters and to listen to, and assess, a number of top-flight speakers. Included in the six-day gathering were President Clinton, Harvard President Neil Rudenstine, former Associated Press correspondent and hostage Terry Anderson, a number of well-known Harvard faculty members, AP reporters who have covered Clinton since his early gubernatorial days in Arkansas and many other speakers who addressed subjects such as illiteracy, telecommunications, recycling, U.S. postal policies, higher education and topics focusing on the newspaper industry. Rather than try to report on some of these speakers in order of their importance, or excellence of their remarks, the following comments are made in the chronological order they appeared on the convention program:
FOR THE RECORD
May 1, 1993
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VIVIAN M. CRADY
May 1, 1993
Services are pending at Rumsey Funeral Home in Lawrence for Vivian M. Crady, 81, Crete, Ill. She died Thursday, April 29, 1993, at a Crete nursing home. Survivors include a son, Monty, of Wood Dale, Ill.; a brother, Elmer Goodrich, Perry; a sister, Margaret Thompson, Yermo, Calif.; and a grandchild.
CITY MULLS OPTIONS ON NUDE DANCING
May 1, 1993
Lawrence city commissioners can eliminate or regulate nude dancing in private businesses, but they must show good reason, the assistant to the city manager said. “If the city commission chooses to regulate, the city must show a substantial government interest,” David Corliss said, in a memo to commissioners.
KU STUDENTS PROTEST WAR IN BOSNIA
May 1, 1993
“Stop the genocide in Bosnia!” read one of several signs carried by members of a march held Friday afternoon at Kansas University. The march, which began at the Kansas Union and went up and down Jayhawk Boulevard for about 45 minutes, was organized on relatively short notice by KU’s Muslim Student Assn.
MARGUERITE K. SCHWARZ
May 1, 1993
Services for Marguerite Kasold Schwarz, 87, Springfield, Mo., will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at Trinity Lutheran Church, Lawrence. The Rev. Charles Gilmore will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery, Lawrence. Mrs. Schwarz died Friday, April 30, 1993, at St. John’s Regional Medical Center in Springfield, Mo.
STOLEN RELIGIOUS ITEMS RECOVERED
May 1, 1993
Lawrence police said a tip that a man was housing stolen property led to their discovery Thursday afternoon of a cache of religious items that apparently were taken from churches and cemeteries. Police Sgt. Mark Warren said Friday that officers discovered the items at a residence in the 1000 block of Indiana after receiving a telephone tip.
DORAN L. DEAY
May 1, 1993
Services for Doran Leroy Deay, 78, Phoenix, will be 11 a.m. Monday at Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary, Glendale. Mr. Deay, who was born in Eudora, Kan., died Thursday, April 29, 1993, in Phoenix.
HOSPITAL REPORT
May 1, 1993
BIRTHS Debbie Fey and Todd Burd, Lawrence, a girl, Friday.
THE CHAMBER CLOWNS AROUND
May 1, 1993
Post up with a little slapstick opera. Toss in a few awards. And get an assist from a 7-foot-2 basketball center. The result: a crowd-pleasing dress rehearsal for Kansas University’s new Ernst F. Lied Center for the Performing Arts at the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce’s 70th Annual Meeting meeting Friday night.
PAGEANT CONTESTANTS EYE MISS KANSAS TITLE
May 1, 1993
One of three Lawrence residents could be the next Miss Kansas. All it takes, according to them, is three things practice, practice, and physical fitness. The pageant to determine Miss Kansas will be held June 10-12 at Pratt Community College in Pratt.
ONE STROKE, ONE MEASLY STROKE… .
May 1, 1993
Kansas University’s golfers didn’t pass the time singing “99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall” while driving back from Hutchinson and the Big Eight Tournament on Tuesday. Varied emotions were displayed in KU’s team van.