The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 3, 2001 · Page 8
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A8 THURSDAY, MAY 3. 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL BRIEFLY Judge postpones Jenna Bush case AUSTIN, Texas — A judge agreed Wednesday to postpone the case of President Bush's 19-year-old daughter, Jenna, who is charged with alcohol possession by a minor. Community Court Judge Elisabeth Earle said Jenna Bush's attorney, WiUiam Allison, needed extra time because he had knee surgery T SUPERMODEL Twin tragedies strike Taylors BUSH Monday. She said she expected to reschedule the case in the next couple of days. Neither Allison nor Jenna Bush appeared in court Wednesday Bush was issued a misdemeanor citation early Friday by undercover police officers checking for minors in possession of alcohol at nightclubs along the popular East Sixth Street entertainment area. 300 want to view McVeigh execution WASHINGTON — Three hundred Oklahoma City bombing survivors and victims' family members have said they want to attend a closed-circuit broadcast of Timothy McVeigh's execution, the Justice Department said Wednesday Attorney General John Ashcroft has authorized a private broadcast of the execution to be shown at a federal prison facility in Oklahoma City to accommodate victims and family members. McVeigh is scheduled to die May 16 for the bombing. DICKINSON kZg ^ THEATRES ^ 2 Convenient Ways To Get Showtimes! • Call The Theatre Direct (listed below) OR • Visit us online at wwwdttnovicscorri Car crash victim has opened her eyes but still is unable to speak ByKRISTENWYATT The Associated Press ATLANTA — Niki Taylor made her first million by 16, her megawatt smile gracing one magazine cover after another Younger sister Krissy soon followed her to stardom. Then twin tragedies •r..,. struck. TAYLOR Niki returned to their Florida home in 1995 to find Krissy dying, a victim of what doctors would later call an unusual, undetected heart condition. Now Niki is fighting for her own life after an auto crash from which she appeared to emerge without a scratch. Doctors say she suffered severe liver damage. Niki Taylor, 26, a top model since the early 1990s, remained in critical condition Wednesday at Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital. Her older sister, Joelle Bolline, said Niki has opened her eyes, nodded and squeezed relatives' hands but is not yet able to speak. "She knows we're aU here for her," Bolline told ABC. The ACADEMY AWARD WINNER nr.ni HOCUMINIAHV MATUHI POOO "**•*/ GRIPPING!" -jMrOtnwrf, ivEwrowaurwfwi Central Mall 8 2259 8. 9th St. (785) 825-9105 SALINA, KS MIdstates 2 2450 S. 9th St. (785) 825-9105 SALINA, KS ,one day in SEPTEMBER ART Sho- Tlmrs.-Fri. 5:00 7:00 SaL 2:00 5:00 7:00 9:00 Sun. 2:00 6:00 7:00 model's parents, Barbara and Ken Taylor, also were with her at the hospital. "She's had a lot of tragedy in her young life," said Linda Wells, editor of Allure magazine, which once put Niki Taylor on its cover three times in a year. "We're so sad. Your heart just goes out to her if you know how kind she is." Niki Taylor made the cover of Seventeen magazine when she was barely 14. At 17, she was the youngest spokeswoman ever signed by Cover Girl cosmetics and has since appeared on more than 200 magazihe covers. "Niki Taylor really personifies the freshness of youth," said Seventeen editor Patrice Adcroft. "She has a warmth and beauty about her and she's so accessible, so nice." When Krissy Taylor joined Niki on the cover of Seventeen in 1993, the famUy discovered they had more than one super­ model in the house. "I can't think of a pair of sisters who were both as successful as Krissy and Niki," Wells said. Coming Soon! To the Hutchinson Mall Groove Island A Father's Urge^ ^'Forgive, Bud Welch holds a photo of his daughter, Julie, taken shortly before her death in the April 1995 bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City. .ou are invited to hear Bud Welch tell his story. Mr. Welch is Catholic and he will share his journey of feith after his daughter was killed in the Oklahoma City bombing. His own searching has led him to befriend Mr.Timothy McVeigh's father He has shared his pain and hope all across the ^. country and has agreed to come to Salina. , Welch wrote in Time Magazine last June, "There's been enough bloodshed... We don't need to have any more.To me the death penalty is vengeance, and vengeance doesn't really help anyone in the healing process. Of course, our first reaction is to strike back. But if we permit ourselves to think through our feelings, we might get to a different ±^ place...! think my daughter's position on this would be the same as mine." Thursday, May 10,7:00 p. St. Mary's Grade School All-Purpose Room 230 E. Cloud St., Salina For Current, Accurate Weather Information Salina Journal Connecting communities with information I JUST REDUCED! 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