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LaCrosse Tribune 5/15/00
Archivist maps county grave sites
http://www.lacrossetribune.com/local_news/20000515_1grave.html

by Anastasia Mercer
Anita Doering has become an investigator of sorts, following tips and
trudging through the farms and woods of La Crosse County in hopes of finding
a gravestone or other marker indicating a burial site.
Although her official title is archivist for the La Crosse Public Library,
her co-workers call her the Cemetery Lady, because of the more than 500
miles she has put on her Jeep in an attempt to record and map every cemetery
in the county.


Sacramento Bee 5/15/00
Blackwood becomes director of Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
http://www.sacbee.com/news/calreport/calrep_story.cgi?N230.HTML

Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The head of a University of Southern California support
group will become director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, United
States archivist John Carlin announced Monday.
Carlin appointed R. Duke Blackwood, executive director of the University of
Southern California Associates, which supports research and teaching at the
school, to head the library in Simi Valley, Calif. Blackwood will start work
June 19.


Miami Herald 5/14/00
X Files? Town gets 30 days to deliver documents
http://www.herald.com/content/today/news/dade/beaches/digdocs/025101.htm

by Walter Pacheco
The town of Golden Beach was given an additional 30 days by the Miami-Dade
County Court to comply with a previous order to produce copies of the town's
ordinances and resolutions. If the town cannot deliver the documents, it may
be charged with contempt of court.


Modesto Bee 5/15/00
Paper trail suggests scientists used federal funds for DNA invention
http://www.modbee.com/state/story/n9.html

Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Researchers who developed a revolutionary
gene-sequencing machine say their invention was completed before federal
grants came in, but documents that show otherwise suggest the government has
rights to the device.
Federal officials are investigating whether California Institute of
Technology researchers, PE Corp. and other scientists credited with
inventing the device took federal funds and later failed to provide the U.S.
government with certain key rights as required under law.


U.S. Newswire 5/12/00
National Archives Statement on Ore Samples Found in Army Records
http://www.usnewswire.com/topnews/Current_Releases/0512-121.html

COLLEGE PARK, Md., May 12 /U.S. Newswire/ -- On Tuesday, Feb. 1, the
Department of the Army discovered a sample of suspected uranium ore in a box
of records that had been recently transferred from the National Archives in
College Park, Md. On the following day, a second box containing another
suspected uranium ore sample was discovered. The materials were immediately
tested and ultimately contained and were determined not to present a health
or safety hazard to employees. No radioactivity was found in the processing
areas, on any of the staff who may have handled the records, or on the
outside of the boxes. A very small amount of radiation was detected on
direct examination of four envelopes containing ore samples.


Associated Press 5/13/00
Stasi files taken from journalist
http://news.excite.com/news/ap/000513/18/int-germany-stasi-files

BERLIN (AP) - German authorities have confiscated thousands of East German
spy agency bugging records that had been secretly kept by a journalist, the
federal prosecutors' office said Saturday.
Der Spiegel newsmagazine reported that the files from the so-called Stasi
contained the results of phone taps and other electronic surveillance on
West German politicians, including now-Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder. The
20,000 pages were the largest stash of Stasi files in private hands, the
magazine said.


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Manager, Records Management
Woodside Summit Group, Inc
Richmond, Virginia
Tel: 804-744-1247 extension 23
Fax: 804-744-4947
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