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A2 SATURDAY. OCTOBERS. 1996 NEWS & EVENTS THE SALINA JOURNAL A Look Ahead T OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING TRIAL 5 Saturday • BARBECUE: 40th annual Public Beef Barbecue, with hosts, the Salina Downtown Lions Club. 5-8 p.m., 4-H Building, Kenwood Park. $4.50, $4. 823-3514, 823-3717. ' • BAZAAR: Christian Women's Fellowship Bonanza Bazaar and Craft Boutique. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., First Christian Church, 2727 £. Crawford. 825-8296. • BINGO: ODAT Bingo. 11 a.m. doors open, 1 p.m. bingo. Alano Club, 244 S. Santa Fe. 825-9923. • BIRDWALK: Birdwalking for Beginners. 7:45 a.m., Wildbird Crossings, 2306 Planet. Free. 452-9453. • MUSIC: Stan Martin, acoustic guitar, 7:30 p.m., The Coffee Gallery, 104 S. Fifth, 823-5093. • EVENT: Salina Charity Horse Show. 9:30 a.m., 12:30 and 6:30 p.m. Special performance by Fort Riley Mounted Color Guard. Ag Hall, Kenwood Park. $2.50 adults, $1 children and seniors, good for three days admission. 825-0541. o»« EVENT: Inclusiveness Fair, celebrat- ($g diversity in Salina. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Trinity United Methodist Church, 901 E. Neal. 825-5270. £ • FUND-RAISER: "Clip for the Cure", fund-raiser for Breast Cancer Research, Sponsored by Regis Hairstylists. 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Central Mall. $10 all haircuts. 823&88. m • SOCIAL: Salina Telephone Ladies Social for retired, active and former em- (jjoyees. 3 p.m., Room 300, Howard Johnson Motel, 2403 S. Ninth. RSVP by Oct. 1. $3-7080, 827-2966. ;~ • SALE: Salina Regional Health Center Fall Rummage Sale. 8 a.m.-6 p.m., 510 S. 3tmta Fe. 825-8638. w ABILENE: 18th annual Chisholm Trail ($iy Festival, with focus on the Black Heritage of Dickinson County. 10 a.m., The Heritage Center, 412 S. Campbell. 2632681,263-0240. £ • ABILENE: Abilene and Smoky Valley BJiilroad Dinner Train. 6:30 p.m., Abilene depot. Roast beef dinner served by Gent's Country Cupboard. $18.263-1077. ^» ASSARIA: 110th Birthday Celebration. 10:30 a.m. parade, 1 p.m. volleyball, 4^p.m. entertainment, 5:30 p.m. barbecue, SH>.m. dance. Various locations. 452-6108. *• • COURTLAND: Citywide garage sale, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Annual apple pie contest, 99:45 a.m. 374-4455 or 374-4418. *' • GLASCO: Glasco Fun Run. 2 p.m., Glasco City Park. $9 registration. 5682301. • INMAN: Kansas Sampler Festival. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Penner Farm, 3 miles south, 2 mjles east of Inman. $4, $2. 316-585-2374. » « LINCOLN: Opening reception for {^underschoen Oktoberfest with professor William Keel, 10 a.m., Lincoln Art Center, &24-3241. J! • LINDSBORG: Slide lecture and opening reception for Sculptural Installation ex- fiibit by Diane Henk, 2:30 p.m. for lecture and 3:30 p.m. for reception, Mingenback Art Center at Bethany College, 227-3311. ;, • LINDSBORG: Family Weekend at Bethany College; 9 a.m. to noon, registration and academic information fair in Stroble-Gibson Center; noon, women's soccer; 2 p.m., men's soccer; 3 p.m. stu- jjent recital in Presser Hall; 5:30 p.m. pre- game tailgate party at the practice field tyest of Anderson Field; 7 p.m., football game against McPherson College, Ander- *fon Field; 227-3311. « • LINDSBORG: Music, "Sign of Sat- Urn," folk-rock band from Newton. 9 p.m., Coffeehouse of Lindsborg, 124 S. Main. 227-2842. • MCPHERSON: Watercolor painting workshop with watercolorist Barbara Bullock. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., McPherson Middle School. 241-0361. • OBERLIN: Mini-Sappa Festival. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Decatur County Museum, downtown Oberlin. 475-2712. • OBERLIN: Mini-Sappa Antique Threshers and Engine Show. 9 a.m. opens, 3:30 p.m. parade. Decatur County Fairgrounds. 475-2325. 6 Sunday • BINGO: AMBUC Emporium Bingo, sponsored by Red Baron AMBUC. Noon doors open, 2:30 p.m. bingo. 155 N. Seventh. 823-2229. • BINGO: Off Broadway Bingo. 4:30 doors open, 6 p.m. bingo. 1111 W. South. 825-9411. • FUND-RAISER: March of Dimes sixth annual Gormet Chefs Auction, 6 p.m., Salina Holiday Inn Holidome, 1616 W. Crawford, $15, 825-7476. • DANCE: "Senior" Senior Prom. 7-10 p.m., Central Mall. $5. RSVP by Oct. 4. 823-3128. • EVENT: Salina Charity Horse Show. 9:30 a.m., Ag Hall, Kenwood Park. $2.50 adults, $1 children and seniors, good for three days admission. 825-0541. • SALE: Salina Regional Health Center Fall Rummage Sale. Noon-4 p.m., 510 S. Santa Fe. 825-8638. • GYPSUM: Stag Creek School Dinner. Noon, Community Center. • INMAN: Kansas Sampler Festival. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Penner Farm, 3 miles south, 2 miles east of Inman. $4, $2. (316) 5852374. • LINDSBORG: Opening reception for Kansas Postcard Competition, Series XIX, 2-4 p.m., Birger Sandzen Memorial Art Gallery, $2 adults and 50 cents for students grades 1-12, 227-2220. • OBERLIN: Mini-Sappa Festival. 1-4 p.m., Decatur County Museum, downtown Oberlin. 475-2712. • OBERLIN: Mini-Sappa Antique Threshers and Engine Show. 9 a.m. opens, 3:30 p.m. parade. Decatur County Fairgrounds. 475-2325. Listing Events Items for the Calendar of Events should be sent at least two weeks in advance to: Calendar of Events, The Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402. Be sure to include name, address and telephone number. Information Call COMMUNITY line For these items, use the following category codes: • Salina and regional arts / 2787 • Public schools / 8050 • Local churches / 7729 • Kansas Wesleyan Info Line / 5984 Firetighflng day Demos, drawings are part of fire activity day Button-making, aerial ladder bucket rides, fire escape drills 11 Jo ir M ii H Salina Journal Published seven days a week, 365 days a year at 333 S. Fourth, P.O. Box 740, Salina, Kan. 67402, by Salina Journal Inc. HARMS RAVI., publisher ' DEPARTMENTS ADVERTISING: JEANNY SHARP, director • CIRCULATION: BRYAN SANOMBER, ' BUSINESS: DAVID MAHTIN, manager manager NEWS: SCOTT SBRER executive editor • PRODUCTION: DAVID ATKINSON, manager Salina 1-800-8274863 Kansas SUBSCRIPTIONS ^ EXTENSION 360 S • NO PAPER?: If your paper doesn't » arrive by 6:30 a.m. weekdays or 7 a,m. JJJ weekends and holidays, call your carrier or ¥< the number above. In Salina, If you call by ** 10a.m., your paper wiH be delivered that M day. Out-of-town subscribers will w receive missed papers the following day. m • CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT * HOURS: Open at 5:30 a.m. daily. Closes at £ 5:30 p.m. weekdays, noon on , ** weekends, 1 0 a.m. on holidays. £ • CARRIER RATES: $16 for one month, »» $42 for three months. * • RATES BY MOTOR ROUTE; $16 for ;g one month, $48 for three months. > * • RATES BY MAIL (thn* mpnthf): In £ Kansas, $48 for dally paper, $39 for Monday »• through Saturday and $21 for Sunday. $26,60 for Sunday. All prices indLKfe 8.4 percent Salina County sales tax. Tax rates may vary. ADVERTISING • CLASSIFIED AND DISPLAY AD HOURS: Between 7:30 a.m. and 9:30 p.m, weekdays and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. ' NEWS and emergency response demonstrations are planned Oct. 12 at the eighth annual Salina Fire Department activity day. The festivities begin at 9 a.m. at fire department headquarters, 222 W. Elm, with a simulation of a response to a fire. Activities continue until noon, with refreshments and drawings for smoke detectors and fire extinguishers. Seminar **.; $43.50 for Monday through Saturday «nd ' Seminar focuses on violence in words In recognition of A Week Without Violence, the Salina YWCA will present a seminar titled "When Words Become Weapons" at 2 and 6:30 p.m. Monday at the YWCA, 651 E. Prescott. Elaine Johannes, Kansas State University Extension Assistant for Family and Community Health, will be the featured speaker. Admission is free. For more information, call 825-4626. Fund-raiser Sunday chef's auction promises tasty benefit The March of Dimes is holding its sixth annual Gourmet Chefs Auction, beginning at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Salina Holiday Inn Holidome. The Gourmet Chefs Auction is a food event that pays tribute to the culinary excellence of local chefs, caterers and restaurateurs, and beverage companies from across Kansas. The public is invited to sample food and beverages and raise money for the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation. Tickets are available at the door for $15. For more information, call 825-7476. Participants in this year's event are Applebee's, Boulevard Brewing Co., Coffee Gallery, Famous Brands, Greek's Pizzeria, Kirby House, Land of Oz Meats, Mr. K's Farmhouse, Pepsi Cola, Picadilly of Minneapolis, Ranger's Steak & Seafood, Red Lobster, Palen Ostrich Farms, Salina Country Club, Salina Holiday Inn, Smoky Hill Vineyard, Sonic, Swedish Crown, The Hideaway and The Pepperpot, and a special appearance by Pillsbury Cook-Off finalist Jane Stewart. Each participant puts together an auction package with items such as a stay in a bed and breakfast or a night out in Salina. The event is sponsored by Landstar Ranger Transportation, KZBZ Breezy 104.9 FM, Kansas Cellular, KSAJ Oldies 98.5 FM, and the March of Dimes. • HOURS: 9 {Unl, JO \iuH\wnpnmvtnna] ff t j through Saturday and ?p.iri. to nUdnioht J A Sunday. ,"', FAX NUMBERS Health McVeigh, victims lose in requests Judge says victims who attend trial forfeit right to testify at sentencing By STEVEN K. PAULSON The Associated Press DENVER — A judge dealt setbacks Friday to both sides in the Oklahoma City bombing case, forbidding suspect Timothy McVeigh to grant selected media interviews and upholding his trial attendance ban on victims who also plan to testify. U.S. District Judge Richard Matsch also suppressed test results from the detonation of a 5,000-pound fertilizer bomb this year in New Mexico. He ruled defense attorneys had been improperly excluded from observing the tests, but said results from two other bomb tests could be introduced at the trial. In another ruling, Matsch ordered federal prosecutors to turn over grand jury testimony from Michael Fortier and his wife, Lori, to defense attorneys, saying the testimony could help the defense. Lori Fortier reportedly told how McVeigh set cans of soup on the kitchen floor to show how barrels of explosives could be arranged to create a bomb of mass destruction. In upholding his previously imposed ban on bomb victims attend- TCOURTS Health screenings set for preschool children Parents with concerns about their preschooler's walking, talking, seeing, hearing or motor skills can schedule an appointment to have their children screened for free on Nov. 8 by the Central Kansas Cooperative in Education. The screenings are for preschool-age children from age 21/2 through 5 who exhibit problems and live in Dickinson, Ellsworth, Ottawa or Saline counties.. For an appointment and the location of the screening, parents need to call Pat Gilreath at 913827-0301. Openings fill quickly. The screening is sponsored by the cooperative, Salina Regional Health Center Infant Child Development Program, local community health departments, the Central Kansas Mental Health Center and Head Start. From Staff Reports NICHOLS MCVEIGH ing the trial if they planned to testify during the trial's sentencing phase, Matsch said he understood the victims' pain, but felt they would be influenced by any trial testimony they heard. "It wasn't an offhand ruling. I have reconsidered it before and carefully reconsidered it now," he said, in rejecting the prosecution motion to drop his ban. "In my mind there is simply no way to separate it." Jannie Coverdale, who lost two young grandsons in the bombing, said she and other family members believe their testimony would not be affected by watching the trial. But Dr. Paul Heath, who survived the explosion, said the judge's decision was "absolutely on target," because of studies that concluded watching a trial does influence witnesses. The rulings came on the final day of a three-day hearing on defense motions to separate the trials of McVeigh and co-defendant Terry Nichols. Holocaust survivor sues Swiss banks for fortune Family fortune was stashed in WWII, has never been found By The Associated Press NEW YORK—As the Nazi threat in Europe grew, Gizella Weisshaus' father put his wealth in the one place he thought it would be safe: a Swiss bank account. But instead of reclaiming it, he perished in Auschwitz with his wife and six WEISSHAUS children. Only Gizella survived. Three times she has been to Switzerland to find her inheritance, only to come away empty-handed. Now Weisshaus, 66, a Brooklyn Duo suspected in murders of 3 older people By The Associated Press DURANGO, Colo. — A routine traffic stop led to the arrest of a young couple suspected of bludgeoning three elderly people to death during a cross-country crime spree, authorities said. John A. Esposito, 21, and Alicia Woodward, 18, both of Pemberton Township, N.J., were ordered held without bond Thursday on a federal warrant for unlawful flight to avoid prosecution for murder in Georgia. The two are wanted in Georgia for the death of Lola Davis, 85, Lumberton, N.C. Her bludgeoned body was found Sept. 20 in a field in Madison, Ga., about 50 miles east of Atlanta. She had been abducted from a supermarket parking lot in Lumberton the day before. Authorities also suspect the pair in the deaths of Lawrence Snider, 91, and his wife, Marguarite, 86, of Oklahoma City, Their bodies were found Thursday. grandmother of 27, is suing two Swiss banks in a $20 billion class- action lawsuit. She is seeking disclosure of any dormant accounts and restitution for all Nazi victims whose assets disappeared in Switzerland. "There's no question there's an account. I'm just trying to find out who's holding it or where it is," she said after filing the lawsuit Thursday in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn. The suit, which her lawyer says is the first of its kind, is against the Swiss Bank Corp., the Union Bank of Switzerland and others as yet unidentified. Weisshaus was born into a wealthy family in Romania, part of an ultra-Orthodox community. Her father made a living setting up foreign bank accounts for others. Their comfortable life ended when they were deported to Auschwitz. Thurs. 823-6792 1-800-563-1831 W TANK SALE TANK SALE H Re-Grand Opening SALE in money saving coupons inside the Sunday edition the Salina Journal: * Salina Home Delivery Subscribers | Call Today To Start Your Subscription 823-6363 or 1-800-827-6363 mmmtummm the Salina Journal -- —• [26 Gal. Combo |55Gal.Combo*I99 W 70 Gal. Combo 149" Combo Includes: Tank, Solid Wood Stand, Hood and Light Fixture AIIOtherTanks In Stock 1,00 Over Cost! Tank Sizes 10 Gal.-200 Gal. • 'PWiP^P *^mj^^Qf9i9f^QtFyk J^^Hf AlcoOnSale l Days Only i Sat, Oct. 5 8am-6pm * Sun ,Oct6 12Noon-5pm > Santo Fe Pel 115 N. Santa Fe Downtown Salina H TANK SALE TANK SALE W When you need to know.: 825-6OOO Using a touch-tone phone, call Community Line at 825-6000. 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