Archive for Friday, July 19, 2002

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Daily ticker
July 19, 2002
Woods in for battle
Toms, Waldorf, Pettersson in lead
July 19, 2002
Tiger Woods may have a fight on his hands. And not just with photographers.
Local briefs
July 19, 2002
Two killed when plane crashes near house Lee’s Summit, Mo. A small plane crashed Thursday morning near a home in this Kansas City suburb , killing the two men aboard and setting fire to the house. Four people in the home escaped uninjured as flames spread from the wreckage of the Piper Cherokee to one side of the house, located less than a half-mile from a runway at Lee’s Summit Municipal Airport. Relatives identified the victims as the Rev. Roger Goodwin, 62, who recently retired as pastor of First Baptist Church in Grandview, and Charles “Phil” Wilson, 48, of Belton, a doctoral candidate at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Witnesses said the plane clipped power lines about 30 feet above the ground before crashing into a tree outside the home of Dale and Mary Bear. “We’re doing fine,” Dale Bear told WDAF-TV, Channel 4 on Sunflower Broadband. ________ Visit: Global Exchange cyclists to pedal by Lawrence Bicyclists riding across the United States to enhance their understanding of global issues will stop next week in Lawrence. The riders, part of Global Exchange’s annual cross-country bike ride, will have dinner at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Ecumenical Christian Ministries, 1204 Oread Ave., and then give a presentation at 7:30 p.m. The talk is free and open to the public. The riders on Tuesday will visit Jubilee Cafa restaurant-style breakfast for the poor run by volunteers at First United Methodist Church, 946 Vt. The riders departed San Francisco on June 14 and are scheduled to arrive Aug. 18 in Washington, D.C. This is the third year ECM has played host to Global Exchange. For more information, contact Thad Holcombe at 843-4933 or ecmku@raven.cc.ukans.edu. ________ DUI: Extra officers on lookout for drunken drivers The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office will conduct a saturation patrol tonight and Saturday morning to search for impaired drivers. Seven additional deputies will on duty for the sole purpose of arresting intoxicated drivers, Sheriff Rick Trapp said. The patrol, which will be in different, unspecified parts of the county, will run from 11 p.m. today to 2 a.m. Saturday. The saturation patrol is being funded in part by a grant through the Kansas Department of Transportation. ________ Douglas County Clerk: Extended hours for voter registration The Douglas County Clerk’s Office will keep its doors open later today and Monday to register voters for the Aug. 6 primary. The deadline is Monday to register to vote in the primary. The clerk’s office will be open until 9 p.m. today and Monday. The office is located at the Douglas County Courthouse, 1100 Mass. ________ Gasoline Prices: Pump Patrol seeks deal The Journal-World has found a gasoline price as low as $1.31 at Miller Mart, 19th Street and Haskell Avenue. If you find a lower price, call us at 832-7154. Be prepared to leave the name and address of the business and the price.
On the record
July 19, 2002
Hunter fights back
Twins outfielder gets even with homer in 8-6 win
July 19, 2002
Torii Hunter again said he was sorry for throwing a ball at Danys Baez.
Morris returning to All-Star form
St. Louis ace wins for first time in five starts, 5-1 against San Francisco
July 19, 2002
Matt Morris is starting to feel like his old self on the mound for the first time since the death of good friend Darryl Kile.
Horoscopes
July 19, 2002
Dorothy Amy Turnbaugh
July 19, 2002
Ernest Edwin Pine
July 19, 2002
Not for children
July 19, 2002
Theda W. Garrett
July 19, 2002
No celebration
July 19, 2002
Unjustified fees
July 19, 2002
Artists’ support
July 19, 2002
Armstrong mounts a lead
Three time champ takes first mountain stage, but rivals remain undaunted
July 19, 2002
The opening mountain stage in the Tour France went as expected, and now Lance Armstrong is where he expected.
Gilmore services
July 19, 2002
Raymond Lee Kinsley
July 19, 2002