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RAIN 01/09: Historians, Digital MDs, H20 archives and the Domesday Book

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Mobile Register 01/08/01
Parents may seek hearing records
http://www.al.com/news/mobile/Jan2001/8-a406241a.html

Staff Reports
MONTGOMERY-In accordance with state law, the Alabama Department of Education
this month will destroy records from special education due process hearings
held in 1995.
Parents of children who participated in the hearings from Sept. 2 to Dec. 31,
1995, who want copies of the related transcripts and records may request them
by sending written authorization to release the records.



Salt Lake Tribune 01/08/01
Criminals get records wiped clean
http://www.sltrib.com/01082001/utah/60914.htm

By Greg Burton
There is the woman who used makeup to cover up her dead child's bruises and
the man who persuaded a judge to reduce his conviction of lewdness with a
child to a lesser charge so he could qualify for a job.
Those are just two of the more than 1,300 criminal convictions wiped clean
last year under Utah's expunction law. The total is more than double the
number granted just four years ago -- and that worries state officials who
track felons living and working in Utah.



UPI 01/08/01
Banker says she was asked to destroy records
http://www.vny.com/cf/News/upidetail.cfm?QID=150293

by Cecilia Quiambo
MANILA, Philippines, Jan. 8 (UPI) -- A bank officer testified Monday at
President Joseph Estrada's impeachment trial that she was asked to destroy
records that could help authorities link the embezzlement of government funds
to a friend of the Philippine leader. Caridad Rodenas, Land Bank of the
Philippines branch manager, alleged that a sister of Estrada's business
associate Charlie Ang asked her four times late last year to erase records of
accounts of a corporation controlled by Ang, but that she refused.


Toronto Star 01/08/01
Up for sale: Your secret health files
Companies buy medical histories from MDs, nurses
http://www.thestar.com/cgi-bin/gx.cgi/AppLogic+FTContentServer?pagename=thesta

r/Layout/Article_Type1&c=Article&cid=978928267281&call_page=TS_News&call_pagei

d=968332188492&call_pagepath=News/News

by Tyler Hamilton
Technology Reporter
Dr. James Sears calls himself North America's top medical investigator. So if
you've got any skeletons in your closet, watch out: Prying eyes may be
watching.
Two years ago, Sears decided to launch a service that performs medical
background checks for companies wanting to verify the health history of job
candidates.
The idea was to sniff out records - increasingly in electronic format - that
reveal undisclosed medical conditions that could result in numerous sick days
and low productivity somewhere down the road.



Salt Lake Tribune 01/08/01
Historian Arrington's Papers to Open for public view
http://www.sltrib.com/01072001/utah/60572.htm

by Kirsten Stewart
In the two years since Utah State University received the much-sought-after
Leonard Arrington collection, the Mormon historian's papers have languished
in the school's library.
Come spring, the university hopes to have most of it open for the public to
peruse, said Ann Buttars, USU's director of special collections. Eventually,
the entire collection will be available.
Arrington's widow, Harriett, said the family is eager to see the collection
finally made available to researchers, who will bring new life to his life's
work.
"This is what he wanted, for his works to be available for research," she
said.



Ottawa Citizen 01/08/01
Amateur historian a tireless chronicler
http://www.ottawacitizen.com/city/010108/5063287.html

by Kelly Egan
Of the three famous Brown brothers from Carleton Place, two made their names
in war, the third in peace.
And so Howard Morton Brown, who died last week at age 96, had the luxury of
time that escaped his brothers, and he used it to avidly chronicle the world
around him.
Mr. Brown wrote tirelessly -- always without a typewriter -- about local
history and genealogy and is perhaps best known for his 1969 work, Carleton
Place, Founded Upon a Rock, the town's official history.
"He was the most brilliant, modest man I've ever met," said Carleton Place
Mayor Brian Costello, a longtime friend and an amateur historian in his own
right.



The Globe Gazette 01/08/01
Born-again history buff next aims his pen at the railroads
http://www.globegazette.com/local/Ni1.shtml

by Deb Nicklay
MASON CITY - John R. Cunningham is riding - and writing - the rails of
history.
In the space of only a few years he has become a veteran at compiling local
small town histories. Now, Cunningham wants to chug his way to recording the
history of 40 - count 'em, 40 - communities and stations that dot the Chicago
and North Western line between Belle Plaine and Sanborn, Minn.
A retired office manager for the C&NW, Cunningham, 66, said there's nothing
he'd rather do, no matter how exhaustive.
"I better start soon," he said with a laugh.



The Times Reporter 01/08/01
Hixson recorded her own piece of history in 30 years of service
http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=1251666&BRD=1701&PAG=461&dept_id=479

44&rfi=6

by Lee Morrison
If you own a home in Tuscarawas County, chances are that your deed was
stamped by a woman who guards her low-profile identity but who was part of
the county recorder's office for 30 years.
Dolores "Dee" Hixson of New Philadelphia has retired as Tuscarawas County
recorder and has been succeeded by one of her deputy recorders, Lori Smith.

Hixson said she liked the job "because I'm not a high-profile person. I
always try to live my faith and hope that that shows through. I like to do
things that I think of as a service."



Omaha World-Herald 01/08/01
Cost, Funding undecided for Library of Indians Wars history
http://new.omaha.com/index.atp?u_div=3&u_hdg=0&u_sid=54885

by Todd von Kampen
The Douglas County Historical Society is poised to take the first major step
toward realizing an Omaha lawyer's dream of setting up a national repository
of Indian Wars history at Fort Omaha.
Executive Director Betty Davis said the society's board will consider a
resolution Jan. 16 to create the National Indian Wars Library by accepting
the first portion of Ronald W. Hunter's 90,000-page cache of documents and
bibliographical lists.
The library is the brainchild of Hunter, a society board member and the
founding president of the Durham Western Heritage Museum.



New York Times 01/08/01
Digital Doctoring
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/01/08/technology/08HAND.html?pagewanted=all

by Milt Freudenheim
I f the medical team had done the usual thing, said Dr. David Jarvis, "the
patient would have been dead within minutes."
As he examined the hemorhaging stroke patient who had just been wheeled into
an intensive-care unit in Appleton, Wis., last spring, Dr. Jarvis recalled a
warning from his medical studies. There would be lethal results when two
commonly used drugs, Dilantin and dopamine, collide. The patient had already
received Dilantin in high doses to control seizures caused by pressure on the
brain, and an intensive care nurse was preparing to administer dopamine,
which is routinely given to patients with severely lowered blood pressure.



Tampa Bay Online 01/08/01
Sixty-eight drawings missing from Schweitzer collection
http://ap.tbo.com/ap/breaking/MGAUH02IMHC.html

by Denise Lavoie
Associated Press
WALLINGFORD, Conn. (AP) - Sixty-eight black-and-white pen drawings that
showed Nobel laureate Dr. Albert Schweitzer at work at his hospital in West
Africa are missing.
Since 1994, an institute established to carry on the work of the famed doctor
and philosopher has kept 104 drawings by Frederick Franck, a dentist who
worked with Schweitzer from 1958 to 1961 in the village of Lambarene, Gabon.
His drawings include portraits of Schweitzer at work as well as primitive
landscapes of the village and patients. The drawings have been appraised at
$50,000, but Franck says they are priceless because they captured the
missionary work of Schweitzer.



Tampa Bay Online 01/08/01
License plate books disappearing from Nebraska
http://ap.tbo.com/ap/breaking/MGAP82KCMHC.html

by Mark Thiessen
Associated Press
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - In the glove compartments or under the seats of many
pickup trucks and cars throughout rural Nebraska is a worn booklet that some
drivers find as useful as any map.
It's a directory that lists the license plate numbers and names of county
residents.
Motorists often reach for the books to find out who is driving ahead of them,
who is following them, or whose vehicle is parked outside a neighbor's house
or on lovers' lane.
That curiosity will not be satisfied much longer.
The "snoop books" will no longer be printed after June 1 because of new
federal and state laws banning public access to motor vehicle records.



Washington Post 01/08/01
Cambodians chart the Khmer Rouge paper trail
Files could be crucial in future prosecutions
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A29784-2001Jan7.html

by Rajiv Chandrasekaran
Washington Post Foreign Service
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia -- The three dozen gray filing cabinets are bulletproof
and fireproof. They have combination locks that appear designed for bank
vaults and sturdy casters so they can be spirited away in an emergency.
During the day, the cabinets are watched by a half-dozen guards, and at
night, five people sleeping on bamboo mats block the narrow hallway leading
to the file room.
"You can never be too careful here," said Youk Chhang, director of the
Documentation Center of Cambodia, which houses the cabinets. "There are
people who would want to destroy what's inside."



New York Times 01/08/01
Unearthed archives reveal artistry of water supply
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/01/08/nyregion/08WATE.html?pagewanted=all

by Glenn Collins
A nd now, the New York water tunnel as art.
Generations of sandhogs and civil engineers have toiled during two centuries,
hundreds of construction workers have died on the job and trillions of
gallons have flowed through the 345 miles of aqueducts and reservoirs that
supply New York City with the best big-city water in the world.
But only recently, after a five-year effort to reclaim a near-abandoned city
archive, have tens of thousands of photographs, drawings and artifacts on the
behemoth waterworks come to light. So for the first time, thanks to an
architecture professor at Cooper Union and his students, the city's
prodigious and possibly unknowable water system is being celebrated in a
gallery show.



CNSNEWS.com 01/08/01
Attorney contends INS ordered Elian Gonzalez files destroyed
http://www.cnsnews.com/ViewPolitics.asp?Page=\Politics\archive\200101\POL20010

108b.html

by Jim Burns
Employees of the Immigration and Naturalization Service in Miami, Fla. were
ordered to destroy or conceal documents and electronic mail that were related
to the Elian Gonzalez case, according to a deposition filed by an attorney
who represents the INS workers.
According to Donald Appignani, "People were instructed to remove anything
derogatory to the Elian Gonzalez case." He made the statement in a federal
lawsuit filed by Elian's Miami relatives against the INS and Attorney General
Janet Reno. The relatives contend that the Easter weekend raid, during which
the then-six-year-old Elian was taken from their "Little Havana" home at
gunpoint, violated their constitutional rights



Concord Monitor 01/08/01
Bills aim to preserver privacy
http://www.concordmonitor.com/stories/news/state/nh__xgr_protectingpri_15y31y.

shtml

Associated Press
Medical documents and other personal records would be better protected in New
Hampshire under several proposals from lawmakers who believe too much private
information is floating around the Internet.
Proponents of the nearly one dozen bills say they want to reverse an erosion
of privacy rights. Among the information they intend to protect are financial
and medical records, driver's license data, preliminary audit notes and
interviews and state agency documents.
"It's absolutely ludicrous how little privacy exists in this country today,
primarily because of the computer," said state Rep. Howard Dickinson, a
Republican from Conway. "It's remarkable how much freedom we have given up."



Loss of files prevent work, students protest
http://www.dailystar.com.lb/08_01_01/art12.htm

by Samer Wehbe
Graduates from Nabatieh's Teachers' School staged a demonstration Saturday to
protest the loss of 50 files containing vital documents.
Angry graduates demanded punishment for those responsible for losing the
files, which went missing in the Elementary School Directorate. They said
that each file will cost at least $100 to replace.
During the demonstration, held at Nabatieh's Serail, the protesters detailed
their problem to Hassan Faqih, the head of Nabatieh governorate's
administrative department, who promised to inform Nabatieh Governor Mahmoud
Mawla.



Montreal Gazette 01/08/01
Opinion: What the tax man knows
http://www.montrealgazette.com/editorial/pages/010108/5062342.html

Two tax-related problems are generating concern in Quebec. One is tax
evasion, which Revenue Quebec estimates goes on at a clip approaching $2
billion a year. The other is the department's response to massive cheating;
in a recent report, the province's access-to-information commission worries
that Revenue Quebec's 5-year-old crackdown on fiscal fraud has gathered a
"phenomenal quantity of personal information about citizens."
Squaring the need for tax sleuths to do their job with the principle of
maintaining personal privacy has always been difficult, and the ever-growing
plethora of computerized data is making it more so.
Revenue Quebec's latest hunt for evidence against cheaters has taken it to
the Department of Agriculture, heretofore off limits.



Chicago Tribune 01/08/01
Web awaits modern Domesday book
England seeks to photograph all historic sites
http://www.chicago.tribune.com/version1/article/0,1575,SAV-0101080135,00.html

by Ray Moseley
Tribune Foreign Correspondent
LONDON As any resident or visitor knows, England's range of historic places
and buildings seems limitless. But there are, to be exact, 360,000 of them,
ranging from Roman ruins to castles to churches to stately homes. Even the
distinctive English red public telephone booth qualifies.
More than 550 photographers have set out to take pictures of every one of
these heritage sites for what will become the Web's equivalent of the
Domesday Book compiled under William the Conqueror in 1086.



Rocky Mountain News 01/08/01
New center for research showcases cultures
http://insidedenver.com/news/0108cent5.shtml

by Dick Foster
Durango was a place where Indian, Hispanic and Anglo cultures converged,
sometimes peacefully, sometimes not, as Europeans colonized the West.
Now, at Durango's Fort Lewis College, the history of the three Southwestern
cultures will be showcased in a new $7.6 million museum, library and research
center that will be the premier facility of its kind in Colorado.





Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Richmond, Va
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