The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 2, 1996 · Page 8
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 8

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 2, 1996
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A8 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1996 NATION THE SALINA JOURNAL TMURDER Neighbors knew 'new mom' hadn't been pregnant Husband may also be charged in murder By The Associated Press KEOKUK, Iowa — Kimmi Lynn Hardy's husband apparently believed she was pregnant. Neighbors, though, thought she looked a bit too skinny. The neighbors were right. Hardy, 36, was charged with murder Monday, accused of luring an ac- quaintance, Theresa Lynn Lund, to her home, shooting her to death and showing off Lund's 6-week-old baby as her own. She even threw a baby shower for herself. "She was always skinny and then, lo and behold, she pulled up one day in a truck and pulled out a baby seat and brought it into the house through the back door," said Con- stance Garcia, a neighbor of Hardy's. Tammie Korschgen, a mother of four who lives across the street, said: "I knew she was supposed to be pregnant. But I saw her out in the yard — this was in July — in shorts and a halter top, and she didn't look pregnant to me." Hardy, who has an 18-year-old daughter and two sons, ages 15 and 12, from a previous marriage, was jailed Sept. 19. On Aug. 28, Lund's mother reported her daughter and grandson missing, and Hardy announced she had given birth to a son. Hardy's husband of three months, Robert Eugene Hardy, told police that when he returned from work that same day, his wife told him she had delivered a baby in their bathtub. He told authorities he "is not educated and never had kids before," police Capt. R.L. Dobson said. "That's his story, that he just didn't know," Dobson said. Robert Hardy will probably be charged as an accessory in the slaying, prosecutor Mike Short said. T UNABOMBER Kaczynski indicted in New Jersey death Indictment in executive's murder means he faces charges in all the deaths By The Associated Press NEWARK, N.J. — A federal grand jury Tuesday indicted Un- abomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski in the 1994 mail bomb slaying of an ad executive, giving prosecutors a second case that could carry the death penalty. Kaczynski has been charged in all three deaths attributed to the Unabomber and with eight bombings in six states that left 23 injured over 18 years. The Berkeley math professor turned recluse was charged with transporting a bomb from Montana to San Francisco and then mailing it to Thomas Mosser's home in North Caldwell, N.J. When Mosser opened the package, it exploded, killing the 50-year-old executive vice president of Young & Rubicam Inc. The bombing was the only one for which the Unabomber publicly claimed responsibility. In a letter published in The New York Times, he claimed that Mosser, in his former job as an executive with the public relations firm Burson-Marsteller, "helped Exxon clean up its public image" after the Exxon So many reasons to set to BANK IV: MOSSER KACZYNSKI Valdez spill. Burson-Marsteller has denied working on the spill for Exxon. Kaczynski, 54, was arrested by federal agents at his Montana cabin April 3. He is charged in California with four bombings that killed a computer store owner and a timber industry lobbyist and maimed two professors. The Justice Department said it will prosecute the New Jersey case after Kaczynski is tried in Sacramento, Calif. Federal prosecutors in Sacramento and Newark have not said whether they will in fact seek the death penalty. Jean Curry 2737 Belmont 823-5129 We'll always be there for you. Shelter Insurance Cos., Home Office: Columbia, MO Checking Check Card Savings Mortgage Loans Agricultural Loans <S> 1996 BANK. IV, N.A. Cash Management Credit Cards CDs Consumer Loans an To obtain a BANK IV Check card you must have a BANK IV checking account Member FDIC sSsa | mf, Fully Lined Long Slim Skirt 24 Fully Lined Short Slim Skirt $24 OUR THREE BEST SKIRTS Your Choice Of Lengths At A Great Value For every style and every preference, there is a gabardine skirt for you. We don't think you should have to search for your preferred length of skirt while overlooking price and quality. These designs by Simon Ellis include three lengths at unbeatable prices. Available in the season's classic colors of black, navy or taupe. Misses 6-18. All styles also available in Women's sizes 16-24W, $28. Career Separates. Dillard's Long Full Skirt With Pleated Front 20 For Your Convenience We Accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Carte Blanche, Diner's Club Or Your Dillard's Charge. INTEGRITY. . .QUALITY. . .VALUE. . .DISCOVER THE DIFFERENCE! SHOP TODAY 10 A.M. - 9 P.M.

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