The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 18, 1981 · Page 7
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 7

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News from the Knights Wednesday, November 18,1981 — The Salina Journal Page 7 SHHS sets energy saving goals As energy costs continue to rise, and energy sources become more scarce, more and more people are becoming energy conscious. Sacred Heart High School also is among the energy conscious. The Viron Company, a private re- sterch firm, has completed a technical aiaistance report on energy conserva- ti6n for Sacred Heart. This company completed research on what changes co~uld be made in order to conserve energy and save the school money. Mr. Robert Aley, principal, stated, "We feel very fortunate to be able to b6 among the energy conscious people in this day when so much energy is wasted foolishly." The high school submitted a request for a government grant so the changes which the study found were necessary could be completed. Viron found three primary areas in which the payback on the alterations completed would be the greatest. These three major areas were lighting modifications, automatic scheduling of the furnaces, and the installation of electronic ignitions in the furnaces. The school is planning to install new sodium lights in the gymnasium and fluorescent lighting in the halls and New method of surgery eases eyes MILWAUKEE (UPI) - A Milwaukee ophthalmologist is using a con- tKtvirsial technique developed in the Soyiet Union to overcome nearsighted- ness'by cutting slits into the cornea — the rounded, glassy exterior of the eye. Harry A. Easom of St. Mary's Hospital; Is using the procedure known as radical keratotomy. The Russian developer of the technique, Svatislav N. Fyodbrov, claims a 97 percent success fate in 1,300 cases, although critics say it-has not been sufficiently tested to Judge long-term effects. The potential market for the procedure ji huge —10 million people - and Dfdnii Puiich, 34, a Milwaukee pest grtarmlnitor, is one of those. ; Puaich, who said he has worn glasses with lenses as thick as old-fashioned (Joke'bottles since he was a teenager, has no regrets since having the operation performed on one eye, which cost f2|500 for hosptial and physician fees. :'!'! think it's great," he said, adding hje might have the procedure done to hli other eye within a month. : The American Academy of Ophthalmology, representing 9,400 eye specialists, is supporting a study begun test February by the federal National Eye Institute to determine the procedure's effectiveness and possible short- arid longterm side effects. •_ Performed on an outpatient basis, the procedure takes less than 30 minutes to perform, cutting precision slits into the cornea with a device that resembles an extremely narrow razor blade. • The operation, performed under local anesthesia, causes no bleeding and is painless. It flattens the cornea so glasses or contact lenses are no longer needed to correct the eye curvature that affects the vast majority of cases. Salmon to face charge of sodomy :Thomas Francis Fletcher, 27, 531 E. Qaflin, was bound over Monday for trial in District Court on a charge of sodomy of a 2-year-old girl. :Tne Oct. 29 sexual assault allegedly happened while Fletcher was baby-sitting with the little girl. ;Fletcher sat through a preliminary bearing Monday before. Associate Judge Gene Penland. Witnesses gave testimony, including medical evidence ftojn doctors, telling how the parents returned home and later noticed their c{ill<j seemed to be walking with dis- cofhfort. They took their daughter to a hoipital, where an examination by three doctors revealed evidence of the apparent sexual assault. Fletcher remains in jail in lieu of $25,000 bond. He is scheduled to be arraigned Nov. 23. EDDIE'S CLUB SOUTHERN COMFORT Fot NUmbm * Their Gue»tt PEN:W«d.,FH.*Sit.Nlgh WEST STATE STREET ROAD Sacred Heart ; Correspondent classrooms. These lighting methods are more efficient than the incandescent lights presenty being used. Biggest savings Automatic scheduling will save the most money and energy. All of the furnaces are to be controlled by one central computer so they automatically will switch on in the morning before Bchool and off during the times when the building is not in use, such as during holidays and weekends and at night. The third phase of the project is installing electronic ignitions on each furnace. When there is no need for the gas, the pilot lights will not have to be turned on. The total cost of this project is estimated at $29,025. This amount was ap proved for a government grant. The grant will fund $20,318 of this amount and the remaining $8,707 has been provided by the school board. Sacred Heart now is in the process of taking bids for this project. Not only does the school hope to save money and energy through this project, but Sacred Heart hopes to encourage others to be conservative of our natural resources. Coin & Stamp Show Baseball Cards November 21-22 Holiday Inn 10th & Madison — Downtown Topeka isove when you buy ONE 8 oz. or 4 oz. jar or TWO 2 oz. jars INSTANT FOLGER COFFEE CO.-STORE COUPON [ 1 7897O | .."','"."""• V | Guess Who Traded His Sack...For a Truck? j SB? Yes, Mr. S. Glaus is bringing the famous Pioneer Sound Van to Salina. Thursday, Nov. 19,12 noon to 6 p.m. It's never too early (or Pioneer Christmas ideas and the Sound Van is packed with the entire Pioneer line of car stereo - all hooked up and ready to sound out! Come to Nelson's and hear what's new for your car.. .then come on in and buy great Pioneer gear at remarkably low prices! The small, small Car System out 9 f Santa Glaus, IN PERSON! (renowned world traveler and benefactor!) FREE equipment demonstration Factory reps on hand FREE T-shirts, hats and posters! A combination of the KP-1500/1500B in-dash AM/FM/Stereo cassette with the smallest chassis we carry... and a pair of TS-121 speakers that are slim in mounting depth, but heavy on sound! Reg. $174.90 NOW $149.76 The Basic System A combination ot the new UKP-2200 n, uash! AM/FM/Stereo cassette with universal chassis j designed to fit all but the smallest cars.. .with great features including music search, automatic tape slack canceller and loudness control.. .and a pair of TS-106 - 20 watt door mount speakers. Reg. $219.90 NOW $194.76 The Auto-Reverse System The Pushbutton Tuning System A combination of the new UKP-4200 with universal installation chassis, music search, ATSC, locking fast forward and rewind... and a pair of TS-5 door, deck or surface mount speakers. Reg. $224.90 NOW $199.76 Pioneer sells more car stereos than anyone in the world, and that's probably because Pioneer engineers have become the experts in developing sound systems that really meet the needs of the road. The name Pioneer has become synonymous with quality...performance and reliability! Why else would world famous Rolls Royce include Pioneer as STANDARD EQUIPMENT! ' " . '^ 'M '•' f'.i-s '.l-i/i'".'• ..';..•'.'•' l ',••.-•!' ' '•; A combination of the new UKP-5200 with universal installation chassis, and the luxury of pushbutton station selection . .and a pair ot TS-35 - 40 watt door, deck or surface mount speakers. Reg. $254.90 NOW $229.76 The Pushbutton Auto-Reverse System The Super-tuner \l System The Great Give-away System The Small Car Mind Boggier A combination of the new UKP-7200 universal chassis installation that puts the convenience of auto-reverse with pushbutton station selection.. .and a pair of TS-108 - 20 wait coaxial door speakers that feature a high-energy strontium magnet. Reg. $309.90 NOW $279.76 The Full Size System for Rolls Royce (also designed to fit GM & Ford] A combination of the new IJKP-5600 in-dash AM/FM/Stereo cassette designed for universal installation.. .featuring Supertuner II FM recuplion. separate bass and treble controls, fi-station pie-set pushbutton tuning and built-in pulse noise suppression. . .and a pair of TS-167 - 20 wail coaxial door speakers. Reg. $329.90 NOW $299.76 A combination of the new UKP-5600 with Supertuner II FM reception, TS-87 in-dash or TS-5 door mount speakers. .apairo(TS-695-6x9" 20oz., 40 watt 3-way deck mount speakers and the Pioneer Powerhouse AD-50 / 5-band 50 watt equalizer/amplifier with 10 LEFJ power indicators and built-in protection circuit. Reg. $629.60 NOW 564.52 The champagne-gold color of the SK 11 makes it as beautiful as it is funclional. IIIH; stereo you can lake anywhere with a retractable swivel handle bar, telescope top mounted antenna, built-in condenser microphone and 2-watts per channel output Reg. $199.95 NOW $179.88 A combination of the Pioneer TP-7004B in-dash AM/FM/Supertuner/8-track with pushbutton station selection and separate bass and treble controls with a pair of top-of-the-line TS-695 - 40 watt 6x9", 20 oz. 3-way speakers. This system is designed to fit current full size Ford cars.. .and our quantity is limited to one per store. Rey. $389.90 NOW $239.76 "X.. -J- The SK-210 is an AM/FM/Stereo cassette recorder that lets you move with the music! Sling it over your shoulder carry if on a hike, on your bike... to the park or to a party! Reg. $199.95 NOW $179.88 Combine the new UKP-4200 with an AD-30 / 30 watt. 5-band equalizer/amplifier with LED indicaters and no-loss fader control.. .with TS-108 coaxial door speakers AND a pair of TS-X6 2-way surface mount rear speakers and surround yourself with sound! Reg. $499.80 NOW $439.52 The SK-400 is the first of a new line of low-profile radio cassette recorders from Pioneer. . proving that quality is no longer a luxury. Reg. $249.95 NOW $229.88 Professional Installation and Nelson's exclusive Lifetime Warranty available for all systems! Installation and/or installation kits & supplies optional and extra. 1805 South Ohio Salina 825-5485 master chaige VISA' Limited to in-store stock. Some items may not be displayed in all stores.

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