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The Salina Journal Thursday, January 2,1986 Page 14 Rare book returned to library Lee Hongying is escorted by Philippine officials. Dancer suspected of spying is deported MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The government has deported a Chinese ballet dancer who had been questioned by American officials on suspicion of spying for Peking, according to a Filipino official. The dancer, Lee Hongying, 23, was expelled Tuesday after Chinese authorities agreed to admit her, said the official, who is in a position to have direct knowledge of the matter. He spoke on condition of anonymity. The official said Lee, who also uses the name Lee Waiying, was questioned by U.S. officials and then turned over to Philippine officials about 4% months ago. U.S. Embassy officials contacted Wednesday refused to confirm or deny that the dancer was questioned by American officials. An embassy source who spoke on condition of anonymity said the U.S. government has "a standard no- confirm, no-denial" position "on intelligence matters or allegations about intelligence matters." Local newspaper reporters who saw the deportation order signed by Immigration Commissioner Edmundo Reyes said the order stated only that Lee was being expelled as an "overstaying" foreigner. According to information gathered by local immigration officials, she arrived in the Philippines in 1983 and had an affair with a U.S. Embassy employee that was broken up by embassy officials, the Philippine source said. He said Philippine officials had no information about any alleged espionage, but U.S. officials "suspect the Chinese had let her loose," meaning they allegedly sent her to spy. The official said, "I don't think they (the Americans) got anything from her. She is a very bright girl. Even while she was with Philippine authorities, the Americans would come and question her but she told them, 'What authority do you have in the Philippines? This is not the United States.' " There was no indication of what kind of information she allegedly sought or if she was successful. The Philippine official did not say when the spying allegedly took place or if it was connected with Lee's American boyfriend. The Philippine News Agency reported that Lee left China in 1979 for Hong Kong with a Chinese cultural group and stayed in the British colony until she came to Manila in 1983. The Philippine official said Lee lived with her American boyfriend for nine months. At one point, she told him she had been ordered by an unidentified Chinese and three Filipinos to kill him, the official said. The official denied a report by the Philippine News Agency that she actually tried to kill the American, whom the source did not identify. The Chinese Embassy in Manila initially did not want to give Lee the necessary documents to return to China but later agreed to admit her, the official said. The official said she listed her birth place as Shanghai. 138 die on highways By The Associated Press More than 130 people had died on the nation's highways during the New Year's holiday by Wednesday, as the three-day counting period came to a close. The toll as of 5 p.m. CST was at 138. Highway deaths were estimated to total between 130 and 230 over the holiday, defined for counting and projection purposes by the National Safety Council as the period from 6 p.m. Monday to midnight Wednesday, local time. Last year's four-day holiday period resulted in 366 traffic deaths. The highest New Year's death toll was recorded during the three-day 1965 holiday, when 564 people died. Council spokesman Sean S. Clancy said about 150 deaths could be expected during a similar, non-holiday period. 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"It's part of the collection of books that was purchased during the Colonial period when the General Assembly was meeting in Philadelphia," said state librarian Elliot Shelkrot. The volume was bought sometime "after 1745 and before the Revolution," he said. "It would really be hard to place a value on it. The thing that makes it unique is that it was an original," Hoffman said. "I couldn't tell you what it would be worth. It's ir- replaceable." The volume must have left the library sometime between 1823 and about 1900, Hoffman said. The book was listed in a library catalog from the earlier date but the volume has no marking used by the library starting at the turn of the century, he said. "It's conceivable that it was loaned out and not returned," said Hoffman. "It could have been misplaced.... It could be somebody took it with the intent not to return it." The book contained laws enacted by the British Parliament during the time of Oliver Cromwell. Elliot Shelkrot displays book. Naturalist buried among gorillas Jon Bingesser Field Supervisor Shari Walls AtfL'ru'y Munu^er Well be with yon. KANSAS OTVUFE KANSAS FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. 1612 E. Iron, Salina (913) 827-9607 MONT VISOKE, Rwanda (AP) — Slain American naturalist Dian Fossey, who for 18 years studied and befriended the rare mountain gorillas who live on this dormant volcano, was buried in a cemetery she built for gorillas killed by poachers. The burial in the gorilla cemetery near her remote research station on New Year's Eve was in accordance with the wish of Fossey, 53, who was hacked to death last week by an unidentified assailant. Fossey, credited with habituating the endangered mountain gorillas to the presence of humans, said last May that she had come to love the gentleness and dignity of the 50 or so great apes around her camp and preferred their company to that of humans. The funeral service was conducted Study: Kidney patients choose to end lives BOSTON (AP) — People gravely ill with kidney failure often choose to end their lives by stopping dialysis treatment, and these little-publicized deaths are likely to become even more common, a study concludes. Researchers surveyed a large dialysis program and found that halting the therapy accounted for 22 percent of the deaths among its patients. "The chart notes describing how people dealt with the problems of terminating treatment clearly showed the agony and difficulty for everyone involved," they wrote. "This is as it should be. If such decisions are ever made quickly or easily, patients and society should indeed worry over what goes on inside hospitals." Decisions to withhold or stop life- support treatment for gravely ill patients are common in hospitals. But they are seldom publicized except in rare instances when courts become involved. The new study demonstrates how commonplace these actions are among people, often elderly and afflicted with multiple complications, who require dialysis to survive. Dialysis purifies the blood and is essential for people whose kidneys have failed because of severe diabetes or other disease. Without dialysis, they inevitably die, usually within a few days. "We conclude that stopping treatment is a common mode of death in patients receiving long-term dialysis, particularly in those who are old and those who have complicating degenerative diseases," the researchers wrote. "Because of the increasing age of patients on dialysis, withdrawal of treatment will probably become more common in the future." The study was conducted by Drs. Steven Neu and Carl M. Kjellstrand of the Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis and reported in today's New England Journal of Medicine. They reviewed the cases of 1,766 people who started dialysis between 1966 and 1983 at the medical center's Regional Kidney Disease Program. The program provides dialysis for most of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. Dialysis was discontinued for 155, or 9 percent, of the patients, and its halt accounted for nearly a quarter of all deaths. Half of them were mentally competent and made their own decisions to stop dialysis. More than a third of these people had suffered new medical complications just before the decisions. "The patients choosing discontinuation made deliberate decisions, having spent almost three years on dialysis before treatment was stopped," they wrote. The rest of the patients could not decide for themselves because they were in comas or suffered dementia, stroke damage or other brain disorders. For about three-quarters of these patients, doctors suggested to their families that treatment be stopped, while for the rest the families took the initiative. New medical complications preceded the decision to stop treatment in all of the mentally incompetent patients. by Pastor Elton Wallace, a Seventh- day Adventist missionary from St. Helena, Calif. The senior Rwandan official present, Protais Zigi- ranyirazo, governor of Ruhengeri Prefecture, where the camp is located, said Fossey had "placed her lif e at the service of Rwanda.'' After the burial, about 50 friends and co-workers who had helped carry her body in a plain pine coffin up the slippery mountain trails placed flowers at a temporary grave marker. Fossey told a Rwandan journalist who interviewed her several months ago that she wanted her grave stone to bear a single word, "Nyir- amachabelli." In the Kinyarwanda language the word means "the lady who lives alone in the forest," which is how the local Rwandese knew her. Tell it to the Journal... if you see a fire, hear about a controversy, know someone especially interesting— The Journal would like to know. You can win up to $25 Call 823-6363 or 1-800-432-7606. Ask for the news desk. Last week's' news tip winners: Carlene Olsson, Jamestown $15 Nancy Ibarra, Salina $5 |First Published in the Salina Journal December 26, 1985) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS the Matter of the Marriage of ETTtE R.RUSSELL id AVID CRAIG RUSSELL NOTICE OF SUIT Case No. 850-439 HE STATE OF KANSAS TO DAVID RAIG RUSSELL and all other persons ho are or may be concerned: ou are hereby notified that a petition as been filed in the District Court of aline County by Bettie R. Russell, raying for a divorce and an equitable ivision of property, and you are ereby required to plead to the petition n or before February 11. 1986, in the bove named Court at Salina, Kansas. : you fait to plead, judgment and lecree will be entered in due course ipon the petition, iettie R. Russell 'etitioner m. Rex Larson 20 East Iron Ave. P.O.Box6116 .alina, KS 67401-0116 913-825-8236 Attorney for Petitioner (3tsp' (First Published in The Salina Journal December 26, 1985) n the Matter of the Marriage of EUGENE R.LADUKE and 'ATRICIAA. LADUKE NOTICE OF SUIT Case No. 85 D-436 HE STATE OF KANSAS TO PATRICIA A .ADUKE and all other persons who are or may be concerned: You are hereby notified thai a peti ion has been filed in the District Couri of Saline County by Eugene R. Laduke, Braying for a divorce and an equitable division of property, and you are lereby required to plead to the petition on or before February 11, 1986, in the above named Court at Saline, Kansas f you fail to plead, judgment ant decree will be entered in due course upon the petition. Eugene R, Laduke Petitioner Wm. Rex Larson 120 East Iron Ave. P.O. Box6116 Salina, KS 67401-0116 913-825-8236 Attorney for Petitioner (3tsp (First Published in The Salina Journal December 19,1985) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In The Matter of the Estate of FORREST L. JACKSON, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING CaseNo.85P-197 The State of Kansas to all Person Concerned: You are hereby notified that a pet tlon has been filed'in said court b Barbara Martin, as petitioner and on of the heirs at law of Forrest I Jackson, deceased, praying for th determination of the descent of th following described real estate i Saline County, Kansas, to-wit: Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3) an Four (4), Block Seven (7) in Bradley Vinson & Conkle's Addition to Falun Saline County, Kansas; and, Lots Eleven (11) and Twelve (12), Block Ten (10) in the City of Falun, Saline County, Kansas; and all other property, real and pei sonal, or interests therein, owned b the said Forrest L. Jackson at the tim of his death; and you are hereb required to file your written defense thereto on or before the 10th day o January, 1986, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. o said day in said court in the City o Salina, in Saline County, Kansas, a which time and place said cause will b heard. Should you fail therein, judc ment and decree will be entered in du course upon said petition. /s/Barbara Martin, Petitioner Marietta, Kellogg & Price 148 South Seventh Street Salina, Kansas 67401 (913)825-5403 Attorneys for Petitioner (3ts| (First Published In The Salina Journal December 19, 1985) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY. KANSAS FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK O KANSAS, Wellington, Kansas, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. David T. Brown, Phyllis A. Brown, Fir National Bank and Trust Compan Salina, Kansas, and the State < Kansas, acting through the Kansa Department of Revenue, Division Taxation, Defendants, SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE CaseNo.eSC-261 By virtue of an Order Of Sale issu< out of the District Court of Salin County, Kansas, on the 16th day December, 1985, in the above entitli case I will on Friday the 10th day January, 1986, at 10:00 A.M., at tl front door of the Court House in t City of Salina, Kansas, offer for sal the following described real esta situated in Saline County, Kansas, t wit: A tract of land located in the Northeast Quarter of the North west Quarter and the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 24, Township 13 South, Range 3 West of the 6th P.M. particularly described as beginning at a point on the North line of saic Section 24 and 980 feet East of the Northwest corner of said Northeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter thence East along said North line a distance of 355.64 feet; thence South a distance of 570 feet; thence West a distance of 35564 feet; thence North a distance of 570 feet to the point of beginning, Saline County, Kansas, except the land over which an easement was ob- ained by Rural Water District No. 2, Ottawa County, Kansas, In Case No. 83 C-302, filed in the District Court of Saline County, Kansas on December 20,1983. The above described real estate is ten as the property of said defend- ts, David T. Brown and Phyllis A. own, and is directed by said Order Of le to be sold, and will be sold without praisement to satisfy said Order Of le, subject to six (6) months redemp- WITNESS MY HAND this 16th day of ecember, 1985. Darrell Wilson Sheriff of Saline County, Kansas TTEST: try Just erk of the District Court agers and Rogers ellington, Kansas ttorneysfor Plaintiff EAL) (3tsp) (Published in The Salina Journal . January 2,1986) BROOKVILLE, KANSAS ORDINANCE 996 Dec«mb«r9,1985 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE 'ATER RATES AND DEPOSITS FOR ALL USTOMERS IN THE CITY OF BROOK- ILLE AND PROVIDING FOR THE METHOD OF COLLECTION THEREOF. BE IT ORDAINED by the Governing ody of the City of Brookvitle, Kansas: Sec. 1. That the monthly water rates be charged and collected for water ervlce furnished to any customer by IB waterworks system of the City of rookville shall be as follows: (a) For all consumers of water, the um of fourteen dollars, ($14.00) plus % soles tax, for the first two thousand 2000) gallons of water consumed and wo dollars ($2.00) for each one thous- nd (1000) gallons of water or fraction lereof which are consumed in excess the two thousand gallon minimum, }lusl% sales tax. Sec. 2. The above water fee shall be lue and payable on or before the 10th lay of each month and If not paid by aid date shall be considered delinquent and an additional charge of 10% ten percent) shall be added to the gross amount of the billing. Customer '111 be informed that bin and dell- iquency must be paid by the 20th of the month, or water service will be dls- :ontlned on the 21st day of the month. The department Is authorized to discontinue service for any customer who shall be delinquent in the payment of (ills, in the event a service Is discontinued, the customer shall be required to pay a reconnection charge of hlrty-f ive dollars ($35.00). Sec. 3. Each customer shall pay a deposit of thirty-five ($35.00) dollars >efore service Is connected. This de- >osit shall accrue interest at the rate of ive percent (5%) per annum. When a customer moves, deposit and interest will be returned upon payment of final Jill. Providing the customer has paid heir bill on time for a period of twelve 12) continuous months, deposit and nterest may be returned to customer. Billing Clerk will recommend any cases where it Is believed deposit should not je returned. Sec. 4. Any Ordinances or Resolutions In conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. Sec. 5. This Ordinance shall be In full :orce and effect from and after Its adoption and publication in the official city newspaper. Adopted by the City Council and signed by the Mayor this 9th day of December, 1985. AudrieF. Wires, Mayor Karen M.Riedel, City Clerk (SEAL) (It) (Published In The Salina Journal January 2,1986) ORDINANCE NUMBER 85-9116 AN ORDINANCE REDUCING THE AREA REQUIRED FOR GROUP DAY CARE CENTERS AND/OR NURSERY SCHOOLS IN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS; AMDENDING SECTIONS 42-130, 42-144, 42-145, 42-159, 42-160, 42-174, 42-175, 42-189, 42-190, 42-204, 42-205, 42-220, 42-221 OF THE SALINA CODE AND REPEALING THE EXISTING SECTIONS. BE IT ORDAINED by the Governing Body of the City of Salina, Kansas: Section 1. That Section 42-130 of the Salina Code Is hereby amended to read as follows: "Sec. 42-130. Bulk regulations. Bulk regulations In the RS district are as follows: (1) Maximum structure height: thirty-five (35) feet. (2) Yard requirements: a. Minimum front yard: 1. Eighty (80) feet, measured from the center line of the street or fifty (50) feet, measured from the front lot line, whichever is greater. 2. When on addition to an existing nonconf arming structure located on o corner lot is to be constructed, said addition may be allowed to match the front yard setback of the existing structure, provided that the front yard so affected does not abut an arterial street with right- of-way less than one hundred (100) feet, and further provided that the construction conforms with all remaining bulk regulations. b. Minimum side yard on each side of a zoning lot: 1. Single-family dwellings: ten (10) feet. 2. Group day care centers located in an existing structure resided in by one or more members of the family operating such fa facility: ten (10) feet. 3. All other permitted and conditional uses: twenty- five (25) feet, c. Minimum rear yard: thirty (30) feet. (3) Maximum lot coverage: thirty (30) percent." Section 2. That Section 42-144 of the Salina Code Is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 42-144. Lot six* requirements. Lot size requirements in the R district are as follows: ^ (1) Minimum lot area: * a. Single-family detached dwellings: eight thousand five hundred (8,500) square feet. b. Group day care centers located In an existing structure resided in by one or more members of the family operating such a facility: eight thousand five hundred (8,500) square feet. c. All other permitted and conditional uses: fifteen thousand (15,000) square feet. (2) Minimum lot width: a. Single-family detached dwel lings: seventy (70) foot. b. Group day care centers located In an existing structure resided in by one or more members of the family operating such a facility: seventy (70) feet. c. All other permitted and conditional uses: one hundred {100' feet." (3) Minimum lot depth: one hundred (100) feet." Section 3. That Section 42-145 of the Salina Code is hereby amended to reac as follows: "Sec. 42-145. Bulk regulations. Bulk regulations for the R district are as follows: (1) Maximum structure height: thirty-five (35) feet. (2) Yard requirements: a. Front yard: 1. Property located adjacent to the following various types of streets shal maintain the following yard requirements regard less of whether it is o front side, or regr yard, or any combination thereof; I. Residential street twenty-five (25) fee from the property line or fifty-five (55) feet from the center line, which ever is greater. H. Collector street: twenty five (25) feet from the property line or sixty five (65) feet from the center line, whichever Is greater. lii. Arterial street: twenty five (25) feet from the property line or seventy five (75) feet from the center line, whichever is greater. 2. When an addition to an existing nonconforminj structure located on < corner lot is to be con strutted, said addition ma' be allowed to match th< front yard setback of the existing structure, pro vided that the front yard s< affected does not abut ai arterial street with right of-way less than one hun dred (IX) feet, and furthe provided that the con structlon conforms with'a remaining bulk regula tlons. 3. Where not less than sevent, (70) percent of the zonin lots between two (2) inter sectlng public street rights of-way have developec any newly constructet single-family dwelling ma maintain the same iron yard setback of either ad [acent existing dwelling provided that all of th following conditions exist: 1. The adjacent property t be matched has not bee granted a variance fo front yard setback. ii. Neither adjacent Ian use is used for non residential purposes. Hi. The proposed dwellln Is not to be placed on corner lot. iv. The structure Is pro posed to be placed n closer than fifteen (15 feet from the fron property line. b. Minimum side yards: 1. Residential buildings: seve and five tenths (7.5) feet o each side of the zoning lot 2. Group day care center located In an existin structure resided in by on or more members of th family operating such fac lity: Seven and five-tenth (7.5) feet on each side o the zoning lot. 3. All other permitted an conditional uses: f if tee (15) feet on each side of th zoning lot, except cessory uses which shall b permitted and governed b Article (V of the chapter. c. Minimum rear yard: thirty (30 feet. (3) Maximum lot coverage: thirty (30 percent." Section 4. That Section 42-159 of th Salina Code Is hereby amended to rea as follows: "Section 42-159. Lot six* requln nents Lot six* requirements in an R-l di trict are as follows: (}) Minimum lot area: a. Single-family detached dwe lings: six thousand (6,00 square feet. b. Group day care centers and nursery schools located in an existing structure resided in by one or more members of the family operating such a facility: six thou*and (6,000) square feet. c. All other permitted r id conditional uses: fifteen thousand (15,000) square feett (2) Minimum lot width: a. Single-family detached dwellings: sixty (60) feet. b. Group day care centers and nursery schools located In an existing structure resided in by one or more members of the family operating such a facility: sixty (60) feet. c. All other permitted and conditional uses: one hundred (100) feet. (3) Minimum lot depth: one hundred (100) feet." Section 5. That Section 42-160 of the alina Code Is hereby amdended to ead as follows: "Sec. 42-160. Bulk regulations. Bulk regulations for the R-l district ore as follows: (1) Maximum structure height: thlrty-f ive (35) feet. (2) Yard requirements: a. Front yard: 1. Property located adjacent to the following various types of streets shall maintain the following yard requirements regardless of whether it Is a front, side, or rear yard, or any combination thereof: i. Residential street: twenty-five (25) feet from the property line or fifty-five (55) feet from the center line, which: ever is greater. 11. Collector street: twenty- five (25) feet from the property line or sixty- five (65) feet from the center line, whichever Is greater. lii. Arterial street: twenty- five (25) feet from the property line or seventy- five (75) feet from the center line, whichever, is greater. 2. When an addition to on existing nonconforming structure located on a corner lot Is to be constructed, said addition may be allowed to match th* front yard setback of the existing structure, provided that the front yard so affected does not abut an arterial street with right- of-way less than one hundred (100) feet, and further provided that the const ructon conforms with all remaining bulk regulations. 3. Where not less than seventy (70) percent of the zoning lots between two (2) Intersecting public street rights- of-way have developed, any newly constructed single-family dwelling may maintain the same front yard setback of either adjacent existing dwelling, provided that all the following conditions exist: I. The adjacent property to be matched has not been granted a variance for front yard setback. H. Neither adjacent land use is used for nonresidential purposes. ill. The proposed dwelling Is not to be placed on a corner lot. Iv. The structure is proposed to be placed no closer than fifteen (15) feet from the front property line. b. Minimum side yard: 1. Residential buildings: seven and five tenths (7.5) feet on each side of the zoning lot. 2. Group day care centers and nursery schools located In an existing structure resided in by one or more members of the family operating such a facility: seven and five-tenths (7.5) feet on each side of the zoning lot. 3. All other permitted and conditional uses: twenty- five (25) feet on each side of the zoning lot, except accessory uses which shall be permitted and governed by Article IV of the chapter. c. Minimum rear yard: twenty- five (25) percent of the depth of the lot, but need not exceed thirty (30) feet. (3.) Maximum lot coverage: thirty (30) percent." Section 6. That Section 42-174 of th» Salina Code is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 42-174. Lot six* requirements Lot size requirement In an R-2 district are as follows: (1) Minimum lot area: a. Single-family detached dwellings: six thousand (6,000) square feet. b. Single-family attached or two- family dwellings: not less than three thousand (3,000) square feet per family. c. Group day care centers and nursery schools located in an existing structure resided in by one or more member* of the family operating such a facility in a: i. Single-family detached dwelling: six thousand (6,000) square feet; and il. Single-family attached or two-family dwelling: three thousand (3,000) square feet per family. ' f

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