Advertisement

Archive for Sunday, October 10, 1993

Also from October 10

All stories

MISSED 4TH-QUARTER FIELD GOAL COSTS KANSAS
October 10, 1993
Quarterback Asheiki Preston blamed himself. Tight end Dwayne Chandler blamed himself. Whoever’s fault it was, it might have meant the game in Kansas’ 10-9 loss to Kansas State on Saturday at KSU Stadium.
KSU PLAYERS SAY
October 10, 1993
The goal posts came tumbling down at KSU Stadium Saturday. Again.
JOE OR NO, KANSAS CITY FAVORED TODAY
October 10, 1993
Joe Montana or no Joe Montana, today’s Chiefs-Cincinnati Bengals game figures to be a mismatch. The oddsmakers have listed 3-1 Kansas City a two-touchdown favorite over the hapless, winless Bengals, who invade Arrowhead Stadium for a noon kickoff.
LAW ENFORCEMENT REPORT
October 10, 1993
Injury accidents — Carol M. Mendell, 33, 927 Del., and James C. Newman, 3, 204 Sharon Dr., were treated at Lawrence Memorial Hospital and later released after an accident at 5:35 p.m. Friday at Sixth and Alabama. Lawrence police reported that James was riding in a pickup driven west on Sixth by Edwin R. Harrison, 41, 204 Sharon Dr., that struck the rear of a car driven by Alan G. Walker, 35, 1047 1/2 Del. Walker’s car, which had slowed for westbound traffic that was stopping, was pushed into the rear of a car driven by Mendell. Harrison was cited for inattentive driving and for not having the child in a car seat.
BROWN PRYOR
October 10, 1993
Services for Brown Alan Pryor, 82, rural Lawrence, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Rumsey Funeral Home. Cremation will follow the service. Mr. Pryor died Saturday, Oct. 9, 1993, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
94 FIELD
October 10, 1993
The 1994 elections are still more than a year away, but the rumor mill is already starting to churn interest in next year’s race for Lawrence’s three Kansas House seats. For example, Republicans say they’ve heard Rep. Betty Jo Charlton, D-Lawrence, is retiring.
ROBERT HUNTER
October 10, 1993
Services for Robert R. Hunter, 53, Lansing, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at the Barnett Funeral Home here with the Rev. Larry Jones officiating. Burial will be at Buster Cemetery near Perry. Mr. Hunter died Friday, Oct. 8, 1993, at his home after an extended illness.
TASK FORCE EYES 10TH AND MASS.
October 10, 1993
Lawrence residents will have a new place downtown to shop, work and live if a task force’s vision for the 1000 block of Massachusetts Street reaches reality, a Lawrence business owner said last week. By April, the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce has asked the task force to recommend a new downtown development that would include stores, offices, housing and, yes, more parking.
GRAVES SERVICES
October 10, 1993
Services for Harold H. Graves, 79, Lawrence, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the First Christian Church with the Rev. Ron Goodman officiating. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Graves died Friday, Oct. 8, 1993, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
VANDALS DAMAGE LIGHTS AT MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
October 10, 1993
A costly and potentially fatal case of vandalism was discovered last week at the Lawrence Municipal Airport, officials reported Saturday. Lawrence police reported that someone damaged 15 taxi lights at the airport between 6 p.m. Oct. 1 and 5 p.m. Friday. Damage to the lights was estimated at $1,052.
S SNYDER LOBBIES FOR RANKING
October 10, 1993
Kansas State in the Top 25? “Yes, I think our young people deserve that. Whether or not it comes at this time, I don’t know,” KSU coach Bill Snyder said after a 10-9 win over rival Kansas on Saturday at KSU Stadium.
LANDLORDS OFFER OREAD PARKING ADVICE
October 10, 1993
rather than tenants — to buy street parking permits. Limit the number of permits sold to the amount of spaces available on the street. Enforce parking restrictions by towing violators immediately. Those were a few of the ideas that emerged from landlords Saturday at a meeting to discuss a proposal to require parking permits in the Oread Neighborhood.
CAT BACKERS HEAP INSULT ON IGNOMINY
October 10, 1993
Once again Kansas’ football players took the longest walk in the world — from the field of KSU Stadium to their locker room after losing. Kansas State fans traditionally heap insult on ignominy when the Wildcats inflict defeat on the Jayhawks. Saturday was no different.
MODELERS FLY HIGH WITH TOY PLANES
October 10, 1993
At the age of 16, Chuck Hardman was piloting his 1941 Taylor Craft airplane through the skies. Today, he’s still flying a Taylor Craft, but it’s a scaled-down version of his first plane.
WILDCATS CLIP KANSAS, 10-9
October 10, 1993
The long list probably contains two dozen big plays that shaped Kansas’ 10-9 loss to Kansas State on Saturday. The short list contains two.
COLUMBUS STRUGGLE CONTINUES FOR NATIVES
October 10, 1993
Last year’s 500th anniversary of Columbus’ arrival in the New World sparked protest, publicity and controversy about whether the explorer should be honored for a voyage that sounded the death knell for millions of Native Americans. Almost a year later, local Native Americans say the struggle to correct the omissions of history has only begun.
ROBBERY REPORTED IN EAST LAWRENCE
October 10, 1993
Lawrence police on Saturday were looking for two men who reportedly robbed a 24-year-old Lawrence man late Friday. Police reported that the victim had parked his car in the 700 block of Rhode Island and was getting out of the vehicle when the men approached him and demanded cash.
S ON, THANKS TO AREA VOLUNTEERS
October 10, 1993
The cold front that chilled Lawrence Saturday morning set the stage for an annual effort to wage war on cold weather each year — Project Heat’s On. Fixing faulty furnaces and smoke detectors, about 50 volunteers and technicians provided free service to about 45 homes of low-income, elderly and handicapped people.
S REQUEST TO TRIM BUDGET
October 10, 1993
The Kansas Board of Regents is banking on Gov. Joan Finney trimming a proposed $1.09 billion budget for the state’s public universities. Ray Hauke, regents’ budget director, said the board wants to anticipate that move by developing a “budget restoration” priority list Thursday in Wichita.
HOSPITAL REPORT
October 10, 1993
DISMISSALS Daphne Heath and baby boy, Lawrence; Brenda Ferris and baby boy, Perry.
BAKER TOO MUCH FOR WILLIAMS JEWELL, 41-31
October 10, 1993
Baker’s offense finally got untracked and steamrolled over William Jewell Saturday afternon. The Wildcats defeated the Cardinals in a 41-31 shootout at Memorial Stadium.
FIRE DISPLACES LOCAL FAMILY
October 10, 1993
A fire Saturday afternoon severely damaged an East Lawrence residence and displaced the family that lived there, Lawrence firefighters reported. Bill Stark, battalion chief, said firefighters were called at 2:30 p.m. to the residence at 1338 Brook. Stark said a fire had started in a front bedroom of the house, destroying the room and causing extensive smoke damage throughout the residence.