The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 5, 1986 · Page 2
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People LOOK OUT BELOW! — Justin Hurley grits his teeth in anticipation of a rough landing while testing an inflatable saucer on a snow-covered hill at Cornwall, N.Y., during Christmas vacation. Queen hands out annual honors LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II has made out her New Year honors list, giving titles to opera singer Gwyneth Jones, track star Steve Cram and the man who softened British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's image. Jones, 49, the Welsh opera singer who became one of the world's leading principal dramatic sopranos, was made a Dame of the British Empire. Cram, who set world records for the 1,500 meters, the mile and the 2,000 meters last summer, was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire. Gordon Reece, the former advertising executive who told Thatcher to lower her voice, change her hairstyle and relax on television, was knighted. The Queen also honored other politicians, businessmen, scientists, doctors, actors, writers and police officials. Elizabeth Trump buys Meriweather mansion Donald Trump NEW YORK (AP) — Real estate tycoon Donald Trump, owner of the New Jersey Generals football team, has bought the late Marjorie Meriweather Post's 118- room Palm Beach, Fla., mansion. The Post Foundation has been trying to dispose of the 17-acre Mar-a-Lago estate since the cereal heiress' death in 1973. Mar-a-Lago means sea to lake in Spanish. Trump is said to have paid between $10 million and $15 million. The coral-colored mansion has 58 bedrooms, 33 bathrooms, a marble-columned dining room, a theater, ballroom, a nine- hole golf course and three bomb shelters. 'Hollywood'park plans snowball PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. (AP) — A new theme park promoted by entertainer Dolly Parton has spawned plans for several projects, including a dude ranch, recording studio and a "Dollywood University." "It's snowballing to great proportions," said Jerry | Hanson, the city's assistant director of public works. Developers have proposed almost $65 million in I projects for Dollywood theme park and surrounding I land for the next five years, which could result in I 1,000 new jobs. Among them are a shopping mall and | a bank. "We're looking at a park (potentially) the size of | Disneyland or Knotts Berry Farm," Hanson said. t "Dollywood University" would teach public rela- " tions to local tourism workers, he said. ration In September, Parton asked the city council to approve funding for amenities for a theme park next to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. She was born near Pigeon Forge in west Tennessee. Film too soft on Washington? WASHINGTON (AP) — Actor Martin Sheen, who will portray Washington, D.C., homeless advocate Mitch Snyder in a television movie, has complained that the script for the upcoming film doesn't cut deep enough. "In its present form, the script avoids criticizing anyone in the administration, particularly the president," said Sheen in an appearance on "CBS Morning News." President Reagan promised two days before he I was re-elected to turn the shelter Snyder runs near Capitol Hill into a model facility for homeless people, but after 14 months the shelter is slated for closing. "If he (Reagan) were to show some personal 3 interest in the homeless via visiting a shelter or even Sheen inviting one homeless person to the White House for a bite to eat and a chance to warm up, you can imagine the effect on the consciousness of our country," Sheen said. Said Snyder: "We approached the idea of a television movie with pretty minimal expectations because we don't look to television for a real clear picture of reality." The Salina Journal Sunday, January 5,1986 Page 2 Tank's rupture leaves 1 dead, 8 hurt in Oklahoma WEBBERS FALLS, Okla. (AP) — A tank containing highly toxic, radioactive gas ruptured at a uranium- processing plant Saturday, killing a worked and injuring eight others, authorities said. Interstate 40 was closed for two hours after a cloud of slightly radioactive uranium hexafluoride gas floated into the air from the Sequoyah Fuels Corp. plant, officials said. The plant, owned by a subsidiary of the Oklahoma City-based Kerr- McGee Corp., is in a sparsely populated section about 40 miles west of Fort Smith, Ark. It was evacuated after a 14-ton cylinder ruptured late in the morning, but was back in operation by late afternoon, said Donna McFarland, spokeswoman for Kerr-McGee. She said she did not know how the cylinder broke. Dr. Michael Herndon, an emergency room physician at Sequoyah Memorial in Sallisaw, said doctors treated nine plant employees for "apparent hydrofluoric acid exposure." Exposure to the gas causes irritation to the eyes, skin and respiratory system, Herndon said. Two of the patients were transferred to Sparks Regional Medical Center in Fort Smith, where one of them, 25-year-old James Harrison, died, said nursing supervisor Doris Moon. Of the seven others treated, six Soviet emigre, accepted by MIT WILBRAHAM, Mass. (AP) When he was 9 years old, Alexander Gorodisher's parents realized their son had academic potential. Now the Soviet emigre, all of 14, has been accepted into Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "It's always been my dream school, ever since my brother got in," he said. Alex said he plans to major in math when he begins at MIT next fall and would like to become a research scientist. His 22-year-old brother, Hya, graduated last year from MIT. When he was 5, his parents, Vladimir and Raisa, left Leningrad to come to the United States because as Russian Jews, opportunities for them and their sons were limited. His family began to realize his academic potential when, at age 9, Alex achieved the average score of the college-bound senior on a Scholastic Aptitude Test. He left the public school system in the fifth grade to study at a private academy. were in stable condition and one was released, Herndon said. But, he said, dozens were waiting in the hospital's emergency room. When released into the atmosphere, uranium hexaflouride gas breaks down into hydrogen flouride and low-level radioactive uranyl flouride particles, McFarland said. Hydrogen flouride and hydroflouric acid, its form in the atmosphere, also are highly toxic. As a precaution, the 21 other employees and residents living in the path of the cloud will be examined by doctors, officials said. A radiation survey will be conducted, according to McFarland, but she said a preliminary survey indicated radioactivity in the area was at normal levels. Authorities said the cloud dissipated in winds of more than 20 mph about two hours after first report of the leak about 11:45 a.m. The state highway patrol said Interstate 40 was closed down in eastern Oklahoma from Webbers Falls to Vian until about 1:45 p.m. FDA examines tea that contains drug WASHINGTON (AP) - The Food and Drug Administration will look into a scientific study that concluded that a Peruvian tea sold in the United States has cocaine in it, an agency spokesman said Saturday. The tea, called Health Inca Tea, has been sold in American grocery and health stores and by mail order since 1983, scientists who performed the study said in a letter published in the Jan. 3 edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association. The researchers said drinking two cups a day of the tea, while causing no ill effects, could provide the drinker with mild stimulation, mood elevation and an increased pulse rate. They added that some people have reported chewing the teabags or smoking the leaf fragments in cigarettes. Hearing Aids • KAM, ROEBUCK AND CO. at a price you can afford Backed by the Reputation of Sears! JAMES LACY Sears Hearing Aid Consultant be in your Sears store: January 6 9:30 am to 3:00 pm Come in for a Complimentary Hearing Test Your hearing needs are carefully and courteously attended to by capable highly trained personnel. In-home appointments available USE SEARS CHARGE PLAN You can count on " 5)05. Santa Fe 827-8711 Sanitation Guaranteed or Your Money Bade Figurines GIJFX STOR-E 120 N. Santa Fe Deal Grosser Look For The Big "D" On The Door DIET CENTER We've moved! New address 322 W. CLOUD 823-7207 IB 1 MENU January Clearance Sale — 30%-50%of f Ends Jan. 31st All Stock Not Included New Arrivals of Pykettes & Koko Suits in Red, Pastel Blues, Rose & Green — Sizes 8 to 20 Also Graff Denims in Grey & Light Mauve 114 AS. 7th Salina, Ks. Specializing in fitting bras, girdles, mastectomies and prosthesis. Hours: 10a.m. to 5 p.m. 'HOMEMADE GOODNESS" 50's, 60's Atmosphere! Dine In — Carry Out Hamburgers • Fn*h Daily Big Daddy 6 oz. (Lettuce, Tomato, Onion. PickM .......... $2.10 Hoi Mama (Chopped Quarter Pounder) .................. Sl-59 Italian Hoi Mama (Chopped Quarter Pounder • ............ $1-59 Sweat Italian Sau.ioqn) Little M&M (3 inch Humbunjsr) ...... $ .45 eo ..... '/i Dot. $2.55 Chicago Pizza • S-B mJn.. Fnth * Hom«mad« 12" Quickie Pizza ................................ J|3--j;> 10" Quickie Pizza ................................ 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MIKE ALFERS, General Manager KAY BERENSON, Executive Editor JANE GLENN, Advertising Sales Manager JIM PICKETT, Advertising Production Manager KEVIN MCCARTHY, Circulation Manager KENNETH OTTLEY, Composing Foreman HOWARD GRUBER, Press Foreman RHONDA KELLEY, Credit Manager Area Code 913 Dial 823-6363 Slnglacopy ratal Daily 25c Sunday 75c. By Carrier — Monthly rate $8.00 including sales tax. By Motor Route — Monthly rate J8-50 including sales tax. City Motor Route same as 'By Carrier 1 rate. Mail subscriptions available in areas not serviced by carrier or motor routes. Send change of address to The Salina Journal, P. 0. Box 740, Salina, Kansas 67402-0740. If your Salina Journal is not delivered by 7:00 a.m., please call your carrier or the Circulation Department at 823-6363 (1-800-432-7606, out of town subscribers). Same day delivery will only be made in response to calls received prior to 10:00 a.m. in Salina. For other service calls, our Circulation Dept. is open 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 5 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The Advertising and Business office will close on Saturdays at 12 noon. AMY SUTTLE Amy Suttle's interests in school, church, and community organizations have made her one of Salina High South's most involved and respected students. An accomplished clarinetist, she has been active in marching, pep, and concert bands and has earned 1 st Division Ratings in Clarinet Choir and Clarinet Trio. She has also been an accompanist for the Bel Air Singers of Bel Air Southern Baptist Church and has been the group's president the past two years. A Bel Air member, Amy is active in the Church Youth Council, is the current secretary of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and formerly served as FCA treasurer. A cheerleader her freshman and sophomore years, Amy is now a Student Council representative and has been very involved with charity work, the Bloodmobile, and SADD (Students Against Driving Drunk). A four-year honor roll member, Amy's outstanding academic achievements have earned her membership in the National Society of Distinguished American High School Students. Even though she spends a great deal of her time with extracurricular and church activities, Amy continues to hold dcwn a job she has had the past two years as a part-time teller at Security Savings and Loan. Amy's plans for the future include a career as an elementary school teacher and she plans to pursue her college degree at Kansas State University. Jerry and Martha Suttle of 2367 Edward are the parents of Amy Suttle, a young woman who knows what she wants to accomplish and is not afraid to work hard to make her expectations become reality. erca <= TheStaT-Spangled c Banket~s Santa Fe at Iron, 825-0511 • Gold Star Facility: Ninth at Magnolia Member FD1C

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