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Nation Briefs
September 4, 2001
California: Hewlett-Packard to acquire rival Compaq Computers Michigan: Standoff with FBI ends as marijuana advocate killed
Mussina just misses perfection
Everett’s two-out, ninth-inning single ends perfect-game bid
September 4, 2001
Mike Mussina already had struck out 13 of 26 batters and had Carl Everett in a 1-2 hole. One more strike and Mussina would have a perfect game. Then Everett swung. Mussina knew immediately. “I thought it was a hit,” he said.
American League Roundup: Posada tossed in Yankees’ win
Argument gets catcher thrown out as New York rallies for 7-5 victory
September 4, 2001
New York’s latest victory might have cost the Yankees catcher Jorge Posada for a few games. Posada was ejected in the ninth inning of Monday’s 7-5 come-from behind victory over Toronto for arguing balls and strikes with plate umpire Andy Fletcher. Posada, who appeared to bump Fletcher, then went to the dugout and threw his helmet and a bat on to the field.
National League Roundup: Bonds hits No. 58 in loss
Jennings rebounds from mistake, Rockies win, 4-1
September 4, 2001
Jason Jennings made one big mistake, and Barry Bonds made him pay. Two innings later, Jennings showed how much he had learned. Jennings yielded Bonds’ 58th home run, but he recovered to pitch seven innings of three-hit ball for his third straight victory as the Colorado Rockies beat the San Francisco Giants, 4-1, Monday.
McCaffrey recovers from ‘virus’
September 4, 2001
Although somewhat “groggy,” Denver Broncos wide receiver Ed McCaffrey practiced on Monday and reported no lingering symptoms from the severe headache that caused him to be hospitalized last week.
High expectations don’t faze Buccaneers
September 4, 2001
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers expect to win the Super Bowl this season and are not afraid to say it. Other teams may be concerned about riling the opposition with bold statements about their aspirations. The Bucs relish their role as one of the favorities in the NFC.
Football players of the week
September 4, 2001
BU men stun Mobile, 2-1
September 4, 2001
Dusty Brown and Joe McArdle scored a goal apiece Monday, leading Baker University to a 2-1 men’s soccer victory over Mobile, ranked No. 3 in NAIA.’
Griffin grabs Big 12 honor
September 4, 2001
Oklahoma junior running back Quentin Griffin, who ran for 201 yards in a 44-3 win over Air Force, has been named the Big 12 offensive player of the week.
MSU stings Memphis, 30-10
September 4, 2001
Mississippi State bumbled and fumbled around for 35 minutes, before Dicenzo Miller provided the spark for a Bulldog barrage.
Friends and neighbors
September 4, 2001
City Football Notebook: Lions’ first play, decisive in victory
Free State hopes to learn from mistakes made in season-opening loss
September 4, 2001
By Steve Rottinghaus Lawrence High didn’t waste any time providing footage for its season-ending football highlight video. Junior fullback Brandon McAnderson scored on the first play from a scrimmage, a 56-yard run, to give LHS a 6-0 lead 13 seconds into their season-opening contest against Shawnee Mission East on Saturday at SM South District Stadium.
Ex-Jayhawks survive cuts
September 4, 2001
Eleven former Kansas University football players are listed on the first-day rosters of National Football League teams. Atlanta, St. Louis and Tampa Bay each list two former Jayhawks on their rosters.
See ya’ later, Gators
Miami replaces Florida for media’s top spot
September 4, 2001
Larry Coker has more than just his first coaching victory at Miami. He has the No. 1 team in the nation. Following a dominating 33-7 victory over Penn State, the Hurricanes replaced the Florida Gators at No. 1 in the Associated Press media poll on Monday.
Jayhawks’ new offense makes debut against SMS
September 4, 2001
By Robert Sinclair If there’s anyone who doesn’t like Kansas’ revamped football offense, surely it would be KU defensive coordinator Tom Hayes. After all, Hayes has watched the Jayhawks’ offense run his troops ragged the past three weeks with its face-paced, no-huddle, one-back, spread-the-defense offensive attack. Then again, maybe what’s good for the offense is good for the defense.
St. Louis shuffles backups
NFL teams remain busy day after final cuts
September 4, 2001
The St. Louis Rams solidified their backup quarterback position Monday when they picked up Jamie Martin, who was cut a day earlier by Jacksonville, while the Tampa Bay Buccaneers waived Ryan Leaf, and last year’s Heisman Trophy-winner, Chris Weinke, officially got Carolina’s starting job.
Smith no-hits Padres
September 4, 2001
Bud Smith sure didn’t look like a 21-year-old rookie just three outs from an unlikely no-hitter. He was joking in the dugout with St. Louis Cardinals teammate Mark McGwire in the top of the ninth. Although he admitted that he was nervous, he looked as poised as a veteran.
Top (25) ‘Dogs
Fresno State earns first ranking since ‘93
September 4, 2001
All week long, David Carr couldn’t get Fresno State to beat Oregon State on his PlayStation. The virtual Bulldogs simply didn’t have the virtual talent to contend with one of the game’s top teams. Even video game makers don’t respect us, Fresno State’s senior quarterback thought.
Area briefs
September 4, 2001
Garage fire thought to be intentionally set Council to consider asphalt materials contract Wichita resident dies in holiday traffic accident Archives Month to feature History Day winner
Kansas aviation history honored
Gathering remembers first plane built and flown in state
September 4, 2001
Albin K. Longren had never flown an airplane. But that didn’t keep him and two other Topeka men from building one from scratch 90 years ago. The men waited until the sun had disappeared beneath the horizon before Longren tried to fly the plane. They wanted to keep their project secret in case it failed.
On the record
September 4, 2001
6News report: Boat explodes at Clinton Lake
September 4, 2001
Josh Garber reports on a boat that exploded at Clinton Lake on Monday. No one was hurt.
Neuheisel lands pay raise
Washington ups coach’s salary 35 percent
September 4, 2001
Washington football coach Rick Neuheisel has been given a 35 percent pay raise, bringing his annual salary and other compensation to $1.2 million.
Etta Elston
September 4, 2001
Juanita Teare
September 4, 2001
Customers splurge on pricey gasoline
September 4, 2001
So you think the price of gasoline is too high? How about $4 a gallon? At one Kansas City-area gas station, some of the cheapest gas in the area is sold along with some of the most expensive costing $4, $4.50 and even $6.50 a gallon. Of course, the pricey gas gives a little more bang for the buck.
Firefighters retreat from Glacier National Park blaze
September 4, 2001
Fire commanders grounded their air attack and pulled firefighters from the lines Monday as strong winds threatened to send a blaze racing at Glacier National Park.
Manufacturing job losses to stabilize, study says
September 4, 2001
The loss of manufacturing jobs that has helped fuel the nation’s rising unemployment rate should begin to stabilize at the end of the year and new hiring could pick up in 2002, the National Association of Manufacturers said.
Anne Heche gets hitched over weekend
September 4, 2001
Actress Anne Heche, 32, married cameraman Coleman Laffoon, 27, on Saturday during a ceremony held at a villa near downtown Los Angeles, according to the AP.
Protecting privacy difficult, study finds
September 4, 2001
Many banks that let people open accounts and pay bills online still require transactions on paper from people who want to limit sharing of their personal financial data, a study by a privacy advocacy group says.
Worlds collide in Chicago
MTV’s ‘The Real World’ beset by protests in Windy City
September 4, 2001
Welcome to the real world, MTV. That’s the message in a Chicago neighborhood, where cast members from the network’s latest installment of “The Real World” have had to contend with shouting protesters, graffiti calling them “DORKS” and even an unrelated shooting that ended with a dead man outside their building.
Canoe business finds success on Kaw River
Trips add to campground’s bottom line
September 4, 2001
By Chad Lawhorn A slow, sandy river and a community full of open-minded people have been a successful formula for a new North Lawrence business that offers canoe trips on the Kansas River. When Ralph and Kim Newell bought the Lawrence KOA Kampground last summer, they soon noticed that the nearby river wasn’t a recreational magnet for the area.
Amtrak accepts losing position
September 4, 2001
By Jack Anderson and Douglas Cohn United Features Syndicate The economics of travel are fairly basic: Fill up the airplane, train or bus or take it off the schedule.
Fund-raising for Capitol statue down to last $300,000
Sculptor of Kansa Indian named ‘Ad Astra’ counting on private donations to realize Statehouse dome dream
September 4, 2001
The Kansas state motto, “Ad Astra Per Aspera,” means: “To the stars through difficulties.” Sculptor Richard Bergen has been through the difficulties. But soon, he said, the Kansa Indian in his “Ad Astra” sculpture will take aim at the sky over the Capitol.
Salina teen a champion yo-yoer
September 4, 2001
At age 14, Brent Dellinger is already near the top of his game. The Salina teen-ager is one of the youngest and best yo-yoers in the world, and with hour after hour of practice, he hopes to become even better. The next stop on his journey to the top will be Oct. 6 at the 2001 National Yo-Yo Contest in Chico, Calif.
Return the favor
September 4, 2001
KU opportunity
September 4, 2001
Local briefs
September 4, 2001
Community: Centennial Neighborhood sponsors ice cream social Balloons, yo-yos and, of course, ice cream will be featured at Centennial Neighborhood Assn.’s Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social. The association is sponsoring the event from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday at Centennial School. The event is open to members of the neighborhood, as well as Centennial teachers, staff, paraprofessionals, interns and school board members. The event, which is an effort to establish positive interaction between KU students and families in the area, is free. __________________________ Environment: Alliance social to teach students to monitor streams The Kaw Valley Heritage Alliance is planning its Fourth Annual StreamLink Training and Social from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Slough Creek Point Nature Area. Registration is $15 and includes lunch. The event is for teachers and youth leaders interested in monitoring Kansas streams with their students, or volunteers who can help with stream team efforts. The alliance will provide the necessary training and materials for people who want to start a monitoring program at their schools. Participants must complete an application and a registration form. For more information and forms, contact Alison Reber, KVHA’s education coordinator, at 843-2205 or areber4369@aol.com. __________________________ Education: Sign language classes offered The Office of Interpreting Services at Kansas University Medical Center is offering 10-week sessions of sign language classes. Two levels of beginning instruction are being offered, covering basic sign vocabulary, health and medical terms, information about deaf culture, how to work with a deaf client and how to utilize interpreters. Beginning American Sign Language I will be offered Wednesdays from Sept. 12 to Nov. 14. Beginning ASL II will be offered Mondays from Sept. 10 to Nov. 12. All classes will run from noon to 1 p.m. at the Med Center, 39th and Rainbow, Kansas City, Kan. Fees for the classes are $50. A coursebook is available at the Med Center bookstore for $30. For more information, or to register, call (913) 588-1227. __________________________ Gasoline costs: Pump Patrol finds low prices The Journal-World has found a gasoline price as low as $1.639 per gallon at Citgo, 2005 W. Ninth St, Miller Mart at East 19th Street and Haskell Avenue, and Site at East 23rd Street and Haskell Avenue. If you find a lower price, please call us at 832-7154. Be prepared to leave the name and address of the business and the price. Or go to www.ljworld.com/section/gasoline to join our Pump Patrol message board.
6Sports report: Lions manage only 1 touchdown in season opener
September 4, 2001
James Sido reports on Lawrence High’s postponed opener on Saturday morning.
No-build’ view
September 4, 2001
Anything but toys
September 4, 2001
Journal-World Editorial The rising motorcycle death toll reflects deadly carelessness. It was bound to happen . Motorcycle fatalities are rising across the nation and carelessness looms as the major cause. More people are riding the “bikes” and many of them are far too inexperienced to do it safely and sensibly. Others are physically not up to the challenge.
Living wage group stages Labor Day rally
September 4, 2001
By Joel Mathis Lawrence living wage supporters used Labor Day to rally efforts to increase the pay of laborers in the city. About 100 people attended the Kaw Valley Living Wage Alliance’s ice cream social Monday in South Park to hear speeches and old-time protest folk music.
U.S., Israel walk out of racism conference
September 4, 2001
The United States and Israel pulled out of the World Conference Against Racism on Monday, denouncing efforts to condemn Israel in the meeting’s proposed declaration. Secretary of State Colin Powell, who had remained in Washington and was not part of the U.S. delegation, denounced the draft declaration’s “hateful language.”
6Sports report: Jayhawks’ offense still needs work
September 4, 2001
Kevin Romary reports on KU’s home opener against Southwest Missouri State on Saturday.
Stem cells produce human blood cells
September 4, 2001
For the first time, researchers have used embryonic stem cells to produce human blood cells, a step that could lead to a new source of cells for transfusion and other therapies.
Boat explodes at Clinton
Four teen-agers, 49-year-old escape blast unharmed
September 4, 2001
By Joel Mathis No one was injured Monday in a boat explosion and fire at Clinton Lake that sunk the craft in 35 feet of water. Mark Begert, 49, Lawrence, was piloting his father-in-law’s 19-foot boat with his teen-aged daughter and three of her friends just after 2 p.m. Monday when the accident happened. “I started the boat engine, it exploded and everybody jumped in the water,” Begert said. “I had just filled the (fuel) tank, so we were a little leery.”
6Sports report: Firebirds fall in season opener
September 4, 2001
James Sido reports on Free State High’s football season opener against Shawnee Mission West.
High-tech company cushions lay offs
Cisco Systems allows workers to keep benefits by volunteering
September 4, 2001
About 80 of the 6,000 employees Cisco Systems laid off in April have found a good reason to hold their heads high at a time when many suddenly unemployed tech workers are having a tough time coping.
New era opens for FBI
September 4, 2001
Robert Mueller, who starts work as head of the FBI Tuesday, takes over an agency that faces more than a half-dozen investigations and a series of recent embarrassments Mueller, a former top Justice Department official, has said the bureau will admit to its mistakes, hold agents and managers accountable and work to fix problems.
Eleven ex-Jayhawks on NFL rosters
September 4, 2001
PRO FOOTBALL Former Jayhawks survive cuts
Teare obituary
September 4, 2001
Juanita Teare Services for Juanita Ruth Teare, 96, Lawrence, will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home, Manhattan.
FSHS football player of week
September 4, 2001
Free State High Chris Barr
Kinsey, Duncan to play
September 4, 2001
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LHS football players of week
September 4, 2001
Lawrence High Joe Bell, Richard Mumford
Blotter
September 4, 2001
Law enforcement report Emergency calls
Boat explosion
September 4, 2001
jmathis@ljworld.com No one was injured Monday in a boat explosion and fire at Clinton Lake that sunk the craft in 35 feet of water.
Living wage group stages Labor Day rally
September 4, 2001
jmathis@ljworld.com Lawrence living wage supporters used Labor Day to rally efforts to increase the pay of laborers in the city.
Tuesday datebook
September 4, 2001
TODAY 9 a.m.: Placement testing begins for fall enrollment and orientation for Small World, a nonprofit volunteer program for women of all ages to help women and their children to learn or improve their English, First Presbyterian Church, 2415 Clinton Parkway.
Business briefcase for Tuesday
September 4, 2001
SCHOOL French companies offer
0905 Tracy Kohl
September 4, 2001
Tracy Kohl Paola — Services for Tracy Kohl, 21, Lawrence, were Tuesday at Presbyterian Church, Paola. She was cremated.
0905 Dorothy Mae Beall
September 4, 2001
Dorothy Mae Beall Linwood — Graveside services for Dorothy Mae Beall, 83, Linwood, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Mount Sidney Cemetery, Linwood.
0904 What was your favorite summer memory?
September 4, 2001
What was your favorite summer memory? Pat McCormick,
People
September 4, 2001
Show has strong link to youth Denzel’s villainous debut No horror stories for freshmen Bob Hope to remain in hospital
Jeepers Creepers’ scares up No. 1 debut at box office
September 4, 2001
Movie-goers turned their peepers on “Jeepers Creepers,” a horror flick that topped the box office with a record debut for a film opening over Labor Day weekend.
0909 Neighborhood sponsors ice cream social
September 4, 2001
Neighborhood sponsors ice cream social Balloons, yo-yos and, of course, ice cream will be featured at Centennial Neighborhood Assn.’s Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social. The association is sponsoring the event from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday at Centennial School.
New plants discovered in Baker Wetlands
September 4, 2001
trombeck@ljworld.com A Kansas University botanist has a new reason why the state should think twice before building a highway through the Baker Wetlands.
No huddle debuts without hitch
September 4, 2001
rsinclair@ljworld.com If there’s anyone who doesn’t like Kansas’ revamped football offense, surely it would be KU defensive coordinator Tom Hayes.
Baker soccer
September 4, 2001
BU men stun Mobile, 2-1
Bulldogs bemoan lack of respect
September 4, 2001
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1C has moved on to Kansas, Hill’s first recruits are now seniors, and the Bulldogs are everyone’s preseason pick to win the Western Athletic Conference.
Study suggests measures to protect older drivers
September 4, 2001
Seat belt systems that are easier on fragile shoulders and ribs. Roads signs with bigger letters. These are some ways car companies and highway planners can help older drivers avoid and survive accidents, says an insurance industry group.
Welcome reminder
September 4, 2001
Reno to kick off campaign for governor
September 4, 2001
Janet Reno plans to take the first official step today toward entering the race for Florida governor, setting up a possible matchup between the former U.S. attorney general and the president’s brother, The Associated Press has learned.
Shark fatality is second of holiday weekend
One killed, one in critical condition after attack off coast of North Carolina
September 4, 2001
A shark attacked a couple wading in the surf off North Carolina’s Outer Banks on Monday, killing the man and leaving the woman in critical condition. The death came just two days after the first fatal shark attack this year in the United States. A 10-year-old boy was killed Saturday at Virginia Beach, Va.
Capriati knocks off Schett
Netter reaches U.S. Open quarterfinals for first time since 1991
September 4, 2001
There were moments in Monday’s match at the U.S. Open when Jennifer Capriati was vulnerable, facing break points against Barbara Schett, a solid player who took Venus Williams out of the French Open.
IA rail biz refer
September 4, 2001
Couple draws enthusiasts to campground with Kansas River canoe business venture
first play, decisive in victory ––— Free State hopes to learn from mistakes made in season-opening loss
September 4, 2001
srottinghaus@ljworld.com Lawrence High didn’t waste any time providing footage for its season-ending football highlight video.
Nation Briefs
September 4, 2001
New Hampshire: Vets receive citations for Battle of Bulge Texas : Botulism outbreak linked to ‘salvage’ chili Chicago: Study shows catnip repels mosquitoes Washington, D.C.: Mistakenly jailed inmate reunited with brothers
Rhodes closes in on Oh
Outfielder needs six homers to tie Japanese record
September 4, 2001
An ocean away from major league ballparks, an intriguing home run chase is developing that has nothing to do with Barry Bonds and Sammy Sosa.
Maddox makes return trip to NFL
Former XFL quarterback now backing up Stewart in Pittsburgh
September 4, 2001
The XFL is gone and may soon be forgotten, but it lives on in Pittsburgh. Tommy Maddox is back in the NFL, and he has the XFL to thank for it.
Paterno under fire at Penn State
Veteran coach to hear whispers about retirement following flop against Miami
September 4, 2001
Joe Paterno could only pace the sideline, his head down, perhaps afraid to watch what was happening to his beloved Penn State team.
Horoscopes
September 4, 2001
Do research before buying life insurance
September 4, 2001
Here are some tips for buying life insurance.
Tree needs oxygen
September 4, 2001
0905 Lola Pearl Mitchell
September 4, 2001
Lola Pearl Mitchell Tonganoxie — Services for Lola Pearl Mitchell, 92, Tonganoxie, will be at 1 p.m. Friday at Tonganoxie Christian Church. Burial will be in Wise Cemetery, Winchester.
return to classrooms key to proposal
September 4, 2001
srothschild@ljworld.com Topeka — Bent on curing the Kansas teacher shortage, state lawmakers are considering luring retired teachers back to the classroom.
Sampras eliminates Rafter
No. 10 seed to meet Agassi in Wednesday’s quarterfinals
September 4, 2001
Pete Sampras rediscovered his greatness Monday, dominating a dangerous opponent with nearly flawless tennis punctuated by a brilliant sequence of shots on the final point. Disproving detractors who contend he’s washed up, Sampras won a rare fourth-round showdown of former champions at the U.S. Open, beating Pat Rafter 6-3, 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-4.
Reunion letter spurs fond memory of famous classmate
September 4, 2001
Old Home Town - 100 years ago today
September 4, 2001
City officials on alert for zebra mussel outbreak
September 4, 2001
By Joel Mathis Zebra mussels are nature’s annoying dinner guest the one who takes more than his share of food and always seems to be underfoot while you’re trying to get the meal to the table. Now they may be headed to Lawrence.
Assassinations immoral, ineffective
September 4, 2001
By Vincent Cannistraro Special to The Washington Post The Israeli assassination of Abu Ali Mustafa, leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, is another instance of a misbegotten Israeli counterterrorist program.
Hiawatha changes Indian mascots
September 4, 2001
When Hiawatha High School started the new school year last month, its decades-old Redskins mascot was gone, although many don’t understand what all the fuss was about. Redskins became Red Hawks, and some students still complain about the school board’s decision to do away with Indian mascots. It was the first in the state to do so.
Lawrence on alert for zebra mussel outbreak
September 4, 2001
jmathis@ljworld.com Zebra mussels are nature’s annoying dinner guest — the one who takes more than his share of food and always seems to be underfoot while you’re trying to get the meal to the table.
Scholarship soundoff
September 4, 2001
Tell me again how to win one of the $1,000 scholarships during Saturday’s Kansas-UCLA football game. The Kansas University Endowment Association is sponsoring the $25,000 giveaway.
Pinkel, Miles eras open with losses
Missouri, Oklahoma State suffer disappointing openers
September 4, 2001
The Gary Pinkel era began in Missouri this past weekend, as did the Les Miles era at Oklahoma State. Both schools, however, will have to wait until at least next weekend for the first victories under the new head coaches.
Detmer will be loved until Lions play him
September 4, 2001
The best day for a new Lions quarterback is always the first. The poison hasn’t had enough time yet to seep through his pores. Approaching his 35th birthday and playing for his fifth NFL team, Ty Detmer is the latest savior from the reclamation scrap heap.
Injuries taking toll on Ravens
September 4, 2001
The swagger is now a limp. The Baltimore Ravens entered training camp confident they were a better team than the one that whipped the New York Giants 34-7 in the Super Bowl last January.
Ruby Wiggins
September 4, 2001
Holiday subdued as anxieties mount
September 4, 2001
Legions of pleasure-seekers traditionally blot out the Daytona Beach shoreline on Labor Day, punctuating the summer with one last binge of sunshine, swimming and bodyboards. But this year, as the nation unofficially bid adieu to summer, sharks attacks were in the news and on the minds of East Coast swimmers.
Briefcase
September 4, 2001
Back to School: French companies offer parents ‘bully insurance’ Advertising: Donation exposes drinkers to designated driver system Holiday: Markets closed Monday Travel: Politeness, agents can help land that last-minute room
Name-change still the norm
September 4, 2001
By Ellen Goodman The Boston Globe Over the years, I have come to think of this as the Plumber Problem. I pick up the phone and the plumber asks, “Mrs. Levey?”
State Farm proposes rate calculation change
Insurer wants to base homeowners’ rates on ZIP codes
September 4, 2001
Kansans who have State Farm home insurance could see average reductions of 2 percent if the company is allowed to change the way it calculates rates, State Farm officials said. However, the company concedes that some policyholders’ rates could increase under the proposal.
Strategic oil
September 4, 2001
New species found in wetlands
Discovery of new plants could affect plans for finishing SLT in that area
September 4, 2001
By Terry Rombeck A Kansas University botanist has a new reason why the state should think twice before building a highway through the Baker Wetlands. This summer, Caleb Morse, collection manager at KU’s R.L. McGregor Herbarium, helped two researchers from the University of Michigan and Taylor University identify two new species of plants found in Kansas.
Teacher shortage prompts new strategies
Returning retired teachers to schools proposal’s goal
September 4, 2001
By Scott Rothschild Bent on curing the Kansas teacher shortage, state lawmakers are considering luring retired teachers back to the classroom. The proposal under review would permit retired teachers to return to work with the same school district from which they retired and not face a penalty on their retirement benefits. Currently, if a retired teacher returned to the same district and earned $15,000 or more, they would have to give up retirement benefits for that year.
Famed film reviewer for New Yorker dies
September 4, 2001
Movie critic Pauline Kael, a brash, witty champion of artistic quality who thrashed both facile commercialism and self-indulgent pretense from her lofty perch at The New Yorker, has died. She was 82.
0905 Helen E. Dolbier
September 4, 2001
Helen E. Dolbier Services for Helen E. Dolbier, 97, Lawrence, are pending and will be announced by Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home.