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Lawrence-based firm uses panel for research
November 30, 2002
Women put the âÂÂmouthâ in the phrase âÂÂword of mouth.â ThatâÂÂs one of the lessons the Lawrence-based brand consulting firm Prerogative has been trying to teach clients across the country for more than a year.
UF rains threes on Kansas
November 30, 2002
Add Florida to the list of menâÂÂs college basketball teams destined to live and die by the three-point shot.
Glenn Morgan Smith
November 30, 2002
Graveside services for Glenn Morgan Smith, Piedmont, Mo., are pending and will be announced by Warren-McElwain Mortuary. Mr. Smith died Thursday, Nov. 28, 2002, at his home.
Stoops, Miles harbor grudge
November 30, 2002
The Oklahoma-Oklahoma State football game is always about bragging rights for players and fans. This year, it’s personal for the coaches, too.
On the record
November 30, 2002
Anniversary
November 30, 2002
Family, friends mourn chemist
November 30, 2002
Kansas University chemistry department colleagues and former students are mourning the death of the man they affectionately called “Buzz.”
Jacqueline Loos
November 30, 2002
Glenn Morgan Smith
November 30, 2002
Female pilots ‘ready to go’ against Iraq
November 30, 2002
Since her childhood as a self-described military brat, she wanted to be an Air Force officer. Now she is known on Air Force radios by the nickname Iron Butterfly — one of two women qualified to fly the nation’s radar-evading B-2 bombers.
TV doesn’t carry KU-Florida
November 30, 2002
Kansas University’s 10-point loss to the University of Florida Friday night wasn’t a pretty sight, but fans still wanted to see it. “The Simpsons” was over and patrons at Replay Lounge were ready to switch channels and watch KU men’s basketball.
Group targets violent toys
November 30, 2002
Peace activists had a message Friday for holiday shoppers bustling along Massachusetts Street. “Children learn what they play,” the flier from the Lawrence Coalition for Peace and Justice read. “In this season of peace, don’t give the children you love toys of violence and war.”
Bush limits federal workers’ raises
November 30, 2002
Citing a state of national emergency brought on by last year’s terrorist attacks, President Bush on Friday slashed the pay raises most civilian federal workers were to receive starting in January. Under a law passed in 1990, federal employees covered by the government’s general schedule pay system would receive a two-part pay increase with the new year: a 3.1 percent across-the-board increase plus a pay hike based on private-sector wage changes in the areas where they work.
Chinese leaders in power play
November 30, 2002
Hu Jintao may be China’s new top communist, but he’s hardly letting it show.
Santa Claus swoops in for early visit
November 30, 2002
Santa Claus came to town Friday night. Hundreds of parents and children gathered at the intersection of Ninth and Massachusetts streets and cheered as the jolly old man suddenly appeared out of the darkness, waving from the roof of Weaver’s Department Store.
Family, friends mourn chemist
November 30, 2002
Kansas University chemistry department colleagues and former students are mourning the death of the man they affectionately called Ã¢ÂÂBuzz.âÂÂ
High school students bring Holocaust drama to Lawrence
November 30, 2002
The whole world knows about Oskar Schindler, the World War II industrialist whose story was told in the 1993 film âÂÂSchindlerâÂÂs List.â And yet relatively few people know the name Irena Sendler, or are familiar with what she did during the Holocaust.
Ninth Street Baptist prepares to celebrate 140th anniversary
November 30, 2002
Passers-by can catch earfuls of the soulful, contemporary gospel music spilling into nearby streets just outside of the Ninth Street Baptist Church on Sunday mornings. Inside, the sermon is delivered to a congregation overflowing into the aisles. The service is far from structured, and thatâÂÂs the way itâÂÂs been for nearly 140 years.
loss to UF
November 30, 2002
It’s been an ordeal for Kansas University’s Kirk Hinrich just to get dressed the past couple of days. “I can’t even put on my shoes. I have to lie down on my bed,” said Hinrich, KU’s senior guard
Kansas women aim to run streak to three
November 30, 2002
Kansas UniversityâÂÂs womenâÂÂs basketball team — on its first two-game winning streak in more than a year — will try to make it three wins in a row tonight. The Jayhawks (2-0) will face the University of San Diego (2-0) at 9 p.m. at Jenny Craig Pavilion.
Briefly
November 30, 2002
¢ Italy taps millions for Venice project ¢ Ex-Beatle Harrison left $155 million in estate ¢ Russian soldier kills eight servicemen ¢ Japan urges treatment for alleged deserter
Briefly
November 30, 2002
¢ U.N. nuclear agency urges N. Korea to admit inspectors ¢ U.S. astronaut takes helm at international space station ¢ U.N. teams find open gates ¢ Countries suspend WTO talks on access to medicines
Births
November 30, 2002
Jason and Stephanie Keller, Tecumseh, a boy, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Tolar, Lawrence, a girl, Thursday.
Jordan plans to step down after season
NBA legend says his third retirement will be his absolute last
November 30, 2002
Michael Jordan’s first retirement began in October 1993, the second in January 1999. Neither stuck, of course.
Pistons pack punch
Despite 12-4 record, Detroit coach miffed
November 30, 2002
Rick Carlisle loves that his Detroit Pistons are 12-4. He just hates how they’ve been winning.
Society calendar
November 30, 2002
Radio Free Europe still vital
November 30, 2002
They had planned to make history last week by having President Bush deliver a major NATO address at Radio Free Europe, a shining symbol of democracy. But the speech had to be relocated because RFE’s headquarters now is constantly under threat by terrorists, a reminder that freedom of speech still is in jeopardy in many parts of the world.
Class courtesy
November 30, 2002
Hopefully, a new cell-phone policy at Wichita State University will spread outside the classroom. Officials at Wichita State University have taken a foray into the battle to force cell-phone users to practice some common courtesy.
FCE and 4-H news
November 30, 2002
Topeka West seeks revenge on solid Salina Central
November 30, 2002
If given the choice, Topeka West High coach Warren Seitz would choose another location for today’s 11 a.m. Class 5A state championship game.
Massachusetts to take on Microsoft
November 30, 2002
The broad-based antitrust fight against Microsoft Corp. dwindled Friday to Massachusetts versus the software giant.
Since ancient times, faithful have used beads, knots to mark devotion
November 30, 2002
A plain string of beads. A knotted rope. A long strand of beads connected by a cross at one end.
Ninth Street Baptist prepares to celebrate 140th anniversary
November 30, 2002
Passers-by can catch earfuls of the soulful, contemporary gospel music spilling into nearby streets just outside of the Ninth Street Baptist Church on Sunday mornings. Inside, the sermon is delivered to a congregation overflowing into the aisles. The service is far from structured, and that’s the way it’s been for nearly 140 years.
Spirituality
November 30, 2002
¢ Domino’s founder to build new town, university ¢ Muslim teens balance sports, Ramadan ¢ United Methodist pastor detained in West Bank
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November 30, 2002
Kansas University’s Thanksgiving-week trip to New York had a lot in common with garbage in a midtown Manhattan alley.
Title rests on first-ever meeting between schools
November 30, 2002
Olathe North High has played its share of tough western Kansas foes during its remarkable title run the last six years. But when the Eagles (12-0) meet Derby (11-1) at 2:45 p.m. today at Memorial Stadium for the Class 6A state title, itâÂÂll mark the first time the two teams have ever played. Odd, considering each programâÂÂs prestige.
People
November 30, 2002
¢ Mariah weathers stormy times ¢ Osbournes plan New Year’s bash ¢ The little Clooney that could ¢ Pantoliano joins Broadway mob
6News video: Protesters want peaceful toys
November 30, 2002
The Lawrence Coalitin for Peace and Justice ask parents to think about the message of the toys and games they buy.
Hanukkah early this year
November 30, 2002
For many American Jews, the timing of Hanukkah — the Jewish Festival of Lights — couldn’t be better.
Weekend fun includes holiday-themed festivities
November 30, 2002
Ready to get into the holiday spirit? You might check out “Right Between the Ears,” “The Christmas Schooner,” or the Tree Lighting and Holiday Concert at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Here are some of the weekend’s other area activities.
Kansas regained some of its swagger after half
November 30, 2002
If a tree crashes to the ground in the forest and no one hears it, did it make a sound? In the same vein, if Kansas University’s men’s basketball team plays a game and it isn’t on television, did it really happen?
Tide takes Tip-Off
Pettway leads Alabama past Buckeyes
November 30, 2002
Antoine Pettway’s timely touch rescued No. 4 Alabama from a dismal shooting night.
Holiday shoppers hit stores
November 30, 2002
At 6 a.m. Friday, South Iowa Street stores were as full of customers as they are many days at 6 p.m. Welcome to Christmas shopping season.
Resident wins access to KDOT transcript
Department must turn over public record regarding Highway 59
November 30, 2002
Oswald P. Backus IV wants to make the Kansas Department of Transportation eat its words, and he went to court to raid the department’s cupboard for the food. Backus, a member of the Franklin-Douglas County Coalition of Concerned Citizens, recently won a court judgment giving him access to the department’s transcript of a public meeting regarding the future of U.S. Highway 59.
Prerogative focuses on what women want
Lawrence-based firm uses panel for research
November 30, 2002
Women put the “mouth” in the phrase “word of mouth.” That’s one of the lessons the Lawrence-based brand consulting firm Prerogative has been trying to teach clients across the country for more than a year.
Daily ticker
November 30, 2002
Club news
November 30, 2002
Horoscopes
November 30, 2002
Scouting news
November 30, 2002
States’ financial woes are federal problem
November 30, 2002
Earlier this month, two dozen men and women celebrated amid confetti and crowds after they won gubernatorial races. Well, the party’s over The mood sure is shifting in Annapolis, Lansing, Santa Fe and Nashville. And for good reason. Just this week came the bleak news that the financial state of the states hasn’t been this bad since World War II. In a third of the states, spending isn’t growing at all this year; it’s shrinking.
New asthma approach shows promise
November 30, 2002
An asthma treatment that targets the inflammation rather than just reacting to symptoms could be more effective in reducing severe attacks, new research suggests.
Another Schindler
High school students bring Holocaust drama to Lawrence
November 30, 2002
The whole world knows about Oskar Schindler, the World War II industrialist whose story was told in the 1993 film “Schindler’s List.” And yet relatively few people know the name Irena Sendler, or are familiar with what she did during the Holocaust.
Holiday shoppers hit stores
November 30, 2002
At 6 a.m. Friday, South Iowa Street stores were as full of customers as they are many days at 6 p.m. Welcome to Christmas shopping season.
Religion briefs
November 30, 2002
Ohlde asserts herself against Owls
November 30, 2002
Nicole Ohlde and her teammates took care of business on the court, then sought out the opposing coach’s autograph.
6Sports video: Jayhawks struggle at Preseason NIT
November 30, 2002
KU loses its stride with its first 2-2 opening record in more than ten years.
Kansas regained some of its swagger after half
November 30, 2002
If a tree crashes to the ground in the forest and no one hears it, did it make a sound? In the same vein, if Kansas University’s men’s basketball team plays a game and it isn’t on television, did it really happen?
UF rains threes on Kansas
November 30, 2002
Add Florida to the list of men’s college basketball teams destined to live and die by the three-point shot.
Kansas women aim to run streak to three
November 30, 2002
Kansas University’s women’s basketball team — on its first two-game winning streak in more than a year — will try to make it three wins in a row tonight. The Jayhawks (2-0) will face the University of San Diego (2-0) at 9 p.m. at Jenny Craig Pavilion.
Local briefs
November 30, 2002
¢ AIDS Project planning World AIDS Day events ¢ Salvation Army kicks off annual red kettle drive
Local briefs
November 30, 2002
⢠AIDS Project planning World AIDS Day events ⢠Salvation Army kicks off annual red kettle drive
Edmonds services
November 30, 2002
Edmonds services
November 30, 2002
Services for Zelpha Mae Edmonds, 85, Oskaloosa, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at First Presbyterian Church, Oskaloosa. Burial will be at Pleasant View Cemetery, Oskaloosa. Mrs. Edmonds died Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2002, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
Bertha Ingle
November 30, 2002
Bad judgment
November 30, 2002
To the editor: The other day I saw some pictures in the Journal-World along with a story describing five studentsâ commitments to universities. They were tennis and basketball players. This morning I attended a signing party as well, I watched and applauded as my friend signed on for girls swimming; yet, the media was not there to take pictures. This was incredibly disappointing since other sports have gotten coverage for the same events. Does the Lawrence Journal-World think that girls swimming is less important? This reflects badly upon this newspaper and something should be done to make up for this error in judgement.
Area briefs
November 30, 2002
¢ Ottawa University announces speaker ¢ New snake species named for KU alumnus
Area briefs
November 30, 2002
⢠Ottawa University announces speaker ⢠New snake species named for KU alumnus
Miami seeks strong finish
November 30, 2002
With another national title so close, the top-ranked Miami Hurricanes aren’t about to get distracted now.
Florida-FSU still vital
Squads seeking bright spots in disappointing season
November 30, 2002
They used to play each year with a chance for a national championship at stake. This time, they play simply to earn a month of peace and quiet.
Trip ‘aggravating’
Jayhawks take care of ‘team stuff’
November 30, 2002
Kansas University’s Thanksgiving-week trip to New York had a lot in common with garbage in a midtown Manhattan alley.
Mavericks eye another streak
LaFrentz expected to return tonight
November 30, 2002
Don Nelson would just as soon forget all the talk about NBA history.
Derby new O-North foe
Title rests on first-ever meeting between schools
November 30, 2002
Olathe North High has played its share of tough western Kansas foes during its remarkable title run the last six years. But when the Eagles (12-0) meet Derby (11-1) at 2:45 p.m. today at Memorial Stadium for the Class 6A state title, it’ll mark the first time the two teams have ever played. Odd, considering each program’s prestige.
Football fans getting out of hand
Drunken collegiate rooters sometimes like to think they are part of a vital postgame ritual
November 30, 2002
Athletic directors are hoping that this week’s performance by their schools doesn’t top what happened last week at Ohio State and Washington State, as well as at other campuses throughout the country.
Angry Daly disqualified
Golfer refuses to sign scorecard at Australian PGA
November 30, 2002
John Daly threw his putter and ball into the water near the 18th green. Then he shook hands with his playing partners and walked alone up the fairway to his villa on the course.
Late TD helps Arkansas surprise LSU
November 30, 2002
Matt Jones threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to DeCori Birmingham with 9 seconds left, and David Carlton made a long extra point to give Arkansas a 21-20 victory against No. 18 LSU on Friday.
Horns annihilate Aggies
November 30, 2002
Chris Simms won’t win the Heisman Trophy, a national championship or even a Big 12 Conference title.
Calhoun runs wild; Buffs hold off Huskers
November 30, 2002
Last year, Chris Brown ran wild on Nebraska. This year, it was someone named Brian Calhoun.
Young Tar Heels cruise to Preseason NIT title
November 30, 2002
North Carolina, one of the youngest teams in the country, is off to one of college basketball’s best starts — and last season seems a long time ago.
KU 0-for-New York - Florida 83, Kansas 73
Hobbled Hinrich no help in Jayhawks’ loss to UF
November 30, 2002
It’s been an ordeal for Kansas University’s Kirk Hinrich just to get dressed the past couple of days. “I can’t even put on my shoes. I have to lie down on my bed,” said Hinrich, KU’s senior guard
6News video: Courts order KDOT to release transcripts of closed meeting
November 30, 2002
The Franklin-Douglas County Coalition of Concerned Citizens claim the transcripts show that KDOT is not interested in working with residents.
6News video: Santa Claus arrives downtown
November 30, 2002
The arrival of Santa Claus on top of Weaver’s has been a Lawrence tradition for fifteen years.
Palestinian: Mideast peace plan faces delay
Proposal’s release likely to follow Israeli elections
November 30, 2002
A U.S.-backed plan for ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict won’t be ready by its Dec. 20 target date and may be delayed until after the Israeli elections a month later, a Palestinian official said Friday.
Oklahoma officials break pit bull ring
November 30, 2002
Creek County deputies have broken up a dog-fighting ring and confiscated 53 canines, many injured. Most of the pit bull dogs were chained on rural property west of Sapulpa near three fighting arenas, including one inside a barn. The indoor arena’s sideboards were caked with blood, said Creek County investigator Cpl. Terry Burton.
Oh Bratz: Barbie gets a hip new makeover
November 30, 2002
Forget pink ballgowns and feather boas. This Barbie’s got attitude.
Gus Grissom family, NASA in dispute over spacesuit
November 30, 2002
The family of astronaut Gus Grissom is battling NASA over ownership of the spacesuit he wore when he became the second American in space.
Wish list for rich remains decadent
November 30, 2002
Can’t think of the perfect stocking stuffer for those well-heeled friends on your Christmas list this year?
Prisoners likely targets for al-Qaida recruiting
November 30, 2002
Federal law enforcement officials are concerned that al-Qaida is targeting what authorities fear is an increasingly fertile breeding ground for Islamic extremism: U.S. prisons. In the past year, officials have suspected that al-Qaida and other extremists have been reaching out to U.S. prisoners through reading material and personal contacts to try to form a base from which to gather information, funding and recruits.
Kenya airliner missile attack confirms fears
U.S. officials have long worried that aircraft could be targets of heat-seeking projectiles
November 30, 2002
The missiles that were fired Thursday at an airplane filled with Israeli tourists as it left Kenya’s resort city of Mombasa are readily available on the international black market, relatively easy to use and probably in the hands of Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaida network, the leading suspect in the attack. U.S. officials have worried for some time that terrorists might turn such heat-seeking shoulder-fired missiles against commercial jetliners.
Students imagine life without Bill of Rights
November 30, 2002
Grandpa arrested at Thanksgiving dinner. Homes searched without a warrant and hunting rifles seized. A minister led away in handcuffs and worshippers banned from their churches. Not a typical day in the neighborhood, to be sure. But for many Prairie Hills Middle School eighth-graders, it’s a slice of what life might be minus parts of the Bill of Rights.
Santa Claus swoops in for early visit
November 30, 2002
Santa Claus came to town Friday night. Hundreds of parents and children gathered at the intersection of Ninth and Massachusetts streets and cheered as the jolly old man suddenly appeared out of the darkness, waving from the roof of Weaver’s Department Store.
Court to hear tribal lands cases
November 30, 2002
With millions of dollars at stake, the federal government will try to convince the Supreme Court on Monday that it took good care of tribal lands — but owes nothing even if it didn’t.
6News video: Holiday shopping gets under way
November 30, 2002
The weak economy makes some residents shop with caution.
Briefcase
November 30, 2002
¢ Florida tourism industry frets about more fallout ¢ Dow continues streak ¢ Hasbro fined $7.7 million for price-fixing deals
Retailers not optimistic about season
November 30, 2002
Early bird specials and marketing gimmicks drew bargain hunters to stores across the country Friday in what retailers hope will be a momentum-building kickoff to the holiday shopping season. Major retailers as well as several mall operators, said shopper traffic was at least as healthy as the day after Thanksgiving a year ago.
United’s stock dives 31 percent
Mechanics’ rejection of labor cuts prompts fears of bankruptcy filing
November 30, 2002
United Airlines said Friday it had begun talks to win over mechanics who rejected wage cuts the company considers key in its bid to get badly needed loans. Wall Street analysts said bankruptcy for the world’s No. 2 airline appeared all but certain. With hefty debt payments and other challenges looming, there’s almost no time left for United to find the financial backing it needs to avoid filing for bankruptcy protection.
The WB shuffles lineup, adds ‘unscripted’ night
November 30, 2002
A different kind of hero is moving to Wednesday nights on The WB.
Rush’ adds gore to the holidays
November 30, 2002
Looking for a Christmas movie with plenty of explosions? Dean Cain stars in “Christmas Rush” (7 p.m. Sunday, TBS) as Morgan, a recently dismissed Chicago policeman whose efforts to thwart a Christmas Eve shopping mall heist result in the kidnapping of his wife (Erika Eleniak). “Rush” wastes no time getting to the ultraviolence. There is a bloody shootout and a bombing at a biker’s club within the first 15 minutes. Joy to the world!
Search continues for missing panel
November 30, 2002
Even though the painting has not been seen since 1934, it is becoming more popular by the day.
Choir boys learn how to survive tough schedule
November 30, 2002
Young boys in baggy jeans and untied sneakers crowd around a grand piano, where a few are hammering out a raucous, six-hand version of “When the Saints Go Marchin’ In.”
Around and about
November 30, 2002
Wedding
November 30, 2002
Engagements
November 30, 2002
Execution view
November 30, 2002
What storm lurks after holiday lull?
November 30, 2002
For Washington, the holiday season marks a lull before the storm. On the surface, all seems serene as we celebrate this most American of our holidays with families and friends in the quiet of our homes. President Bush, the man who will decide if and when the United States goes to war against Iraq, is off at his Texas ranch in a week that marked the 21st birthday of his twin daughters.
Letting go of adult children difficult
November 30, 2002
I have found it very hard to turn loose of my kids and face the empty nest. I know I need to release them, but it is so difficult. Can you help me? Humorist Erma Bombeck described this difficult process in terms that were helpful to me. She said the task of raising kids is like trying to fly a kite on a day when the wind doesn’t blow. Mom and Dad run down the road pulling the cute little device at the end of a string. It bounces along the ground and shows no inclination of getting off the ground.
Bad judgment
November 30, 2002
Hanukkah early this year
November 30, 2002
For many American Jews, the timing of Hanukkah — the Jewish Festival of Lights — couldnâÂÂt be better.
Group targets violent toys
November 30, 2002
Peace activists had a message Friday for holiday shoppers bustling along Massachusetts Street. “Children learn what they play,” the flier from the Lawrence Coalition for Peace and Justice read. “In this season of peace, don’t give the children you love toys of violence and war.”
Department must turn over public record regarding Highway 59
November 30, 2002
Oswald P. Backus IV wants to make the Kansas Department of Transportation eat its words, and he went to court to raid the department’s cupboard for the food. Backus, a member of the Franklin-Douglas County Coalition of Concerned Citizens, recently won a court judgment giving him access to the department’s transcript of a public meeting regarding the future of U.S. Highway 59.
t carry KU-Florida
November 30, 2002
Kansas University’s 10-point loss to the University of Florida Friday night wasn’t a pretty sight, but fans still wanted to see it. “The Simpsons” was over and patrons at Replay Lounge were ready to switch channels and watch KU men’s basketball.
Weekend fun includes holiday-themed festivities
November 30, 2002
Ready to get into the holiday spirit? You might check out âÂÂRight Between the Ears,â âÂÂThe Christmas Schooner,â or the Tree Lighting and Holiday Concert at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Here are some of the weekendâÂÂs other area activities.
Topeka West seeks revenge on solid Salina Central
November 30, 2002
If given the choice, Topeka West High coach Warren Seitz would choose another location for todayâÂÂs 11 a.m. Class 5A state championship game.
Club news
November 30, 2002
The Betty Washington chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met Nov. 16 at First Baptist Church. Dottie Nordlund provided the brunch. Mary Burchill, also a member of the chapter, gave a presentation and slide show on Evelyn Frey. In 2002, Burchill spent six months researching and writing a book on FreyâÂÂs life, titled âÂÂA Strong Pioneer Woman.âÂÂ
Adams services
November 30, 2002
Memorial services for Ralph N. Adams, 78, Lawrence, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. Inurnment will be in Pioneer Cemetery. Mr. Adams, distinguished professor emeritus of chemistry at Kansas University, died Thursday, Nov. 28, 2002, at St. LukeâÂÂs Hospital in Kansas City, Mo., after a short illness.
Sound off
November 30, 2002
I thought that when the lottery was voted in, that money was supposed to go to schools. Also, why canâÂÂt the casinos start paying something for the schools? The question on the 1986 ballot said nothing about lottery revenues being used to support schools. Instead, the stateâÂÂs share of the proceeds Ãi¿½” 30 percent of ticket sales Ãi¿½” are spent on economic development, 85 percent; prison construction, 10 percent; and juvenile detention facilities, 5 percent.
On the street
November 30, 2002
Asked at Borders Books, Music & Cafe Should pilots carry guns on planes?
Bertha Ingle
November 30, 2002
No services are planned for Bertha Ingle, 89, Richter. Burial will be at Sutton Cemetery, Richter. Mrs. Ingle died Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2002, at her daughterâÂÂs home in Bremerton, Wash.
Jacqueline Loos
November 30, 2002
Private memorial services for Jacqueline Johnson Loos, 69, San Diego, will be Dec. 4 in San Diego. Ms. Loos died Thursday, Nov. 28, 2002, at San Diego Hospice.
Adams services
November 30, 2002
Briefly
November 30, 2002
¢ Study examines effects of marijuana laws ¢ El Nino helped limit hurricanes in 2002
Briefly
November 30, 2002
¢ Audit: Commissioner should pay for gifts ¢ Thanksgiving shooting kills 19-year-old, child
Briefly
November 30, 2002
¢ Two killed in avalanche on Mount Washington ¢ Referendum nullified; strike set for Monday
Class courtesy
November 30, 2002
Hopefully, a new cell-phone policy at Wichita State University will spread outside the classroom. Officials at Wichita State University have taken a foray into the battle to force cell-phone users to practice some common courtesy.