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ETHAN SMITH JR.
November 28, 1993
Mass of Christian Burial for Ethan A. Smith Jr., 59, Lawrence city treasurer for more than 20 years, will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church with the Rev. James Shaughnessy officiating. Burial will be at Mount Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Smith died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1993, of natural causes at Brookside Manor Nursing Home, Overbrook.
ROBBER LEAVES RESTAURANT EMPTY-HANDED
November 28, 1993
Lawrence police late Saturday were searching for an unidentified woman in connection with an attempted robbery at a fast-food restaurant. Police Lt. Mike Reeves said the woman entered Vista Drive In Restaurant, 1527 W. Sixth, about 9 p.m. Saturday and demanded money after approaching an employee at the counter.
RURAL AREAS FACE DILEMMA IN SERVING AIDS PATIENTS
November 28, 1993
Inaccurate data and limited funding and services complicate AIDS prevention and treatment.
HIV
November 28, 1993
Outside the urban centers of the nation’s HIV populations, people infected with the virus prefer anonymity.
ETS
November 28, 1993
A brief but furious snowshower Saturday afternoon made a mess of Lawrence streets, authorities reported. Lawrence police reported minor injury accidents about 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Ninth and Emery and about 9:30 p.m. at Ninth and Iowa. There were also reports of cars stalling on hilly roads.
MCBRIDE SERVICES
November 28, 1993
Services for Virginia R. McBride, 84, Lawrence, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at First Christian Church, Lawrence, with burial at Oak Hill Cemetery. The Revs. Ron Goodman and Robert W. Freitag will officiate. Mrs. McBride died Friday, Nov. 26, 1993, at Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan. She was born June 7, 1909, in Lincoln, Neb., the daughter of Harry E. and Estelle Bernice Davis Ludwig. She grew up in Lincoln and Oklahoma City, graduating from high school in Lincoln in 1927.
LOIS HERSCHELL
November 28, 1993
Services for Lois Katherine Herschell, 77, Lawrence, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the First United Methodist Church. Burial will be at Clinton Cemetery, Clinton. Mrs. Herschell died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1993, at St. Francis Hospital, Topeka.
HASKELL HITS CENTURY MARK AGAIN, THIS TIME IN WIN
November 28, 1993
Haskell University’s basketball players had already proved they could score. On Saturday night, they showed they could win, too. After trailing by three points at halftime, the Indians snared a 105-95 basketbal victory over Emporia State’s junior varsity at Coffin Complex.
THOMAS FREDRICKSON
November 28, 1993
Services for Thomas Paul Fredrickson, 26, Lawrence, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Redeemer Lutheran Church with the Rev. Kevin Vogts officiating. Burial will be at a Lawrence cemetery. Mr. Fredrickson died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1993. He had lived in Lawrence since 1971.
STIGMA BASIS FOR RESEARCH
November 28, 1993
Are those who work with the HIV-infected stigmatized by society? At least one Douglas County AIDS Project worker thinks so, and she’s researching to find out how severe the problem is.
WRATH
November 28, 1993
Saturday’s snow helped to back up local automobile parts stores with drivers seeking to winterize their vehicles.
LAW ENFORCEMENT REPORT
November 28, 1993
Burglaries and thefts reported — Silverware and jewelry items valued together on a police report at $4,005 were taken between Jan. 1 and Oct. 25 from a residence in the 2800 block of Oxford Road, Lawrence police reported Saturday. Information about the report was unavailable.
AMIABLE WAYNE (LOUDERBACK) NEVER MISSEDGAME
November 28, 1993
For a guy who couldn’t even get in to see all the Kansas basketball games in 1950, Wayne Louderback has done right well by the university for which he holds such deep and abiding respect and affection. Wayne’s the far-famed student manager of KU’s 1952 national championship team, the Igor to Clyde Lovellette’s Monster of the Music Hall. Louderback has committed $1.2 million for basketball programs and scholarships through the Williams Educational Fund. The commitment provides for the establishment of two $50,000 charitable remainder annuity trusts upon his death, and an outright bequest of $1.1 million to establish the C. Wayne Louderback Athletic Scholarship Fund.
BESTLAWRENCE
November 28, 1993
More than 400 readers participated in this year’s “Best of Lawrence” survey. They picked the best in town in five categories. In a five-part series, we’ll tell you the winners. Today
QB CHANGE CAME LATE FOR KANSAS
November 28, 1993
Everything you wanted to know about the 1993 Kansas football season … Q: Why did Glen Mason stick with quarterback Fred Thomas for so long?
S FRIENDSHIP SPANDS 3 1/2 DECADES
November 28, 1993
Leonard Covert and Eldon Bailey’s friendship spans more than 3 1/2 decades of outdoor escapades in northeastern Kansas. Both are fine outdoorsmen, possessing the guile for deciphering the quirks of Mother Nature and respect for her steadfast ways. It’s a talent that they began crafting in their adolescent days.
VOLUNTEERS BRING COMPASSION TO INFLICTED
November 28, 1993
They know they will eventually experience some depression, frustration and even heart-felt grief, but the “buddies” at Douglas County AIDS Project say there are still many reasons they enjoy their work.
HOSPITAL REPORT
November 28, 1993
DISMISSALS Gary Sampson, Lawrence; Laurena Pfrantz and baby girl, Lawrence.
ANATOMY OF A CHEATING INCIDENT
November 28, 1993
Academic misconduct among students is a problem, KU officials say, and one law school scandal illustrates how a cheating case can unfold.
AIDS
November 28, 1993
More than a decade ago the word AIDS burst upon the public consciousness. In the years since, it has become perhaps the most feared disease of our time and has reached into virtually every community in America — including Lawrence. The World Health Organization has declared Wednesday, Dec. 1, World AIDS Day in an effort to renew global attention to the still uncontrolled spread of HIV, the virus that causes Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
AMBITION
November 28, 1993
As he tries to control who knows about his infection with HIV, a Lawrence man continues to look toward the future.
FINDS WORK HARDREWARDING
November 28, 1993
“Everyone should live and die joyfully.” That’s Betty Bullock’s philosophy, and that’s why she will continue to work with HIV-infected individuals — even after watching two of her companions die from AIDS-related complications.
SPOILS
November 28, 1993
With their mission accomplished at the Preseason NIT, Kansas’ basketball players and coaches were to be rewarded today. “We’re going home, to my house, and eat Thanksgiving dinner Sunday,” KU basketball coach Roy Williams said after the Jayhawks’ 86-75 win over Massachusetts in the NIT finals Friday night at New York’s Madison Square Garden.