Archive for Sunday, August 20, 1995

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WOODLING NOTES COLUMN
August 20, 1995
Notes and quotes while wondering if Hurricane Felix backed off because he didn’t want to rain on Cal Ripken’s parade … The Phoenix Suns report that Danny Manning is progressing nicely from his torn anterior cruciate ligament and could return in December, assuming there’ll be an NBA season, that is …
BLEVINS MIGHT RED-SHIRT
August 20, 1995
Tony Blevins might not play football for Kansas University’s football team this fall after all. Blevins, a 6-foot, 170-pound junior safety from Kansas City, Mo., suffered a right knee injury prior to KU’s eighth game last season and missed the rest of the year and this spring in surgery and rehabilitation. He has joined about half of KU’s two-a-day drills this fall, but he sat out Saturday’s scrimmage at Memorial Stadium.
FRANZ VON SAUER
August 20, 1995
Services for Franz Alfred von Sauer, 53, Stillwater, will be at 10:30 a.m. today at St. Francis Catholic Church in Stillwater with the Rev. Robert Schlitt officiating. Mr. von Sauer died Wednesday, Aug. 16, 1995, at a Tulsa hospital.
SOUND OFF
August 20, 1995
Does Douglas County have a law on vagrancy? If so, why are people allowed to sleep in front of the Judicial and Law Enforcement Center? Douglas County does not have a law on vagrancy, Douglas County Sheriff Loren Anderson said.
COFFERS
August 20, 1995
Local merchants are happy to see the students back in town.
SOUND OFF
August 20, 1995
If USD 497 still owns Kaw Valley and India schools why couldn’t these facilities house the LEEP program and the diagnostic center as opposed to spending $25,000 to lease space in North Lawrence? Are programs which lease space from the district like the Head Start program at Kennedy and various child-care providers taking up space for the two programs that are being relocated? The India building houses printing services and is used for district warehouse space, said Craig Fiegel, assistant superintendent for administrative services. Kaw Valley is leased to Environmental Management Resources. Due to its location east of town, Fiegel said, it is not very accessible to the rest of the district.
SOUND OFF
August 20, 1995
Why aren’t we able to vote on the money that is going to be used for the new swimming pool? Lawrence and Douglas County residents already voted for the pool project, by approving a 1-cent countywide sales tax in November, City Manager Mike Wildgen said.
LL SEE YOU IN THE MORNING
August 20, 1995
It begins Monday. The Journal-World will publish for morning delivery seven days a week. It makes sense to us to put your newspaper together while most of you are sleeping and make it available when many of you are starting your day.
TEENS SPEAK FRANKLY ABOUT RACEPREJUDICE
August 20, 1995
Local teens talk openly about racial differences at their schools.
DETOURS AHEAD FROM TRAFFICWAY WORK
August 20, 1995
Motorists will have a hard time ignoring South Lawrence Trafficway construction in coming weeks.
MARIE KLASINSKI
August 20, 1995
Mass of Christian Burial for Marie A. Klasinski, 97, Eudora, will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Immaculate Conception Church, Leavenworth, with the Rev. Terry Cyr officiating. Burial will follow in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Mrs. Klasinski died Friday, Aug. 18, 1995, at the Eudora Nursing Center.
WASTE FACILITY GAINS POPULARITY
August 20, 1995
The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility helps prevent toxic trash.
BETTY BUCHANAN
August 20, 1995
Services for Betty L. Buchanan, 66, rural Lawrence, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home with the Rev. Homer McClearn officiating. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Buchanan died Friday, Aug. 18, 1995, at the Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan.
PROJECT WILL ADD LAUNDRY, SHOWER FACILITIES TO CENTER
August 20, 1995
A drop-in center for the homeless and others will be expanded to include showers and a laundry room.
JONES GETS SCHOLARSHIP
August 20, 1995
Kansas University football coach Glen Mason has awarded his first additional scholarship of the fall. On Saturday, Mason informed Manolito Jones, a 5-foot-9, 165-pound running back-turned-defensive back from Hannibal, Mo., that he would receive full grant-in-aid.
SOUND OFF
August 20, 1995
Will Sunflower Cablevision pick up the new game show channel? “We haven’t heard much about it, but it’s not one that we’re currently looking at,” said Dennis Knipfer, Sunflower’s general manager.
LHS POM SQUAD IS TOP TROUPE
August 20, 1995
At LHS, members of the Pom Squad are real winners.
ROUTE FOR EASTERN PARKWAY REVIEWED
August 20, 1995
Build another bridge across the Kansas River? Two city commissioners are looking that way for a redesigned Eastern Parkway.
2 BALDWIN SCHOOLS
August 20, 1995
postpone opening Baldwin school officials have postponed the opening of two district elementary schools.
JOHN MCLEAN
August 20, 1995
Services for John “Jack” McLean, 75, Kansas City, Mo., are pending with Warren-McElwain Mortuary. Mr. McLean, formerly of Lawrence, died Saturday, Aug. 19, 1995, at his home.
LENA BELSHE
August 20, 1995
Graveside services for Lena L. Belshe, 87, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Belshe died Friday, Aug. 18, 1995, at Brandon Woods Health Care Center.
HOSPITAL REPORT
August 20, 1995
Dismissals Delores Motelet, Ottawa.