The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 22, 2001 · Page 28
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D6 SUNDAY. APRIL 22. 2001 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL THE SUNDAY CROSSWORD BAOIES Edited by Joyce Nichols Lewis ;"GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER" By BILL ZAIS ACROSS 1 Large undertaking 8 Disorder 13 Famous swinger 19 Rashly 20 Pacific formations 22 Think 23 Parisian bulb- growing nerd? 25 Sneeze cause 26 Tolls 27 _ about 28 Don of radio 30 _ the crack of dawn 31 Declined gradually 32 Fuming silent types? 38 Shakespearean sprite 40 Last Inning, usually 42 Primitive homes 43 Head of the household? 46 Christmas scene 50 Wherewithal 51 Beethoven dedi­ catee 52 Give _ on the back 54 Protective Roman spirit 55 Code unit 56 T ball 58 Great Basin st. 59 Scot's iid . 60 Bit of change 61"_ ain't heard...": Jolson 63 Belgian lads? 68 Asian archipelago 70 Crew member 71 _ Moines 72 Break up 73 Regal northern complainer? 78 Langley or Lackland: Abbr. 79 Six-shooter name 80 Appomattox sur­ renderor 81 Scottish coastal resort 82 Actor Brynner 84 Intent 87 Physicist Georg 88 Chocolate treat 89 Singing syllables 92 Two-time Oscar- winner Jackson 94 Predicating 96 Stupefied scaredy-cat? 38 More experienced 101 Aquarium denizen 102 "Damn Yankees" choreographer 103 Computer company nerds? 107MayberTy moppet 109 Hospital supplies 110_qua non 111 Harbor feature 112 Lummoxes 116 Hurt 119 Honeys obsessed with their social life? 123 Stranded by weather 124 Comes up 125 Like many out- of-stock items 126 Big name in small planes 127'The Tower po­ et 128 Hereditary miers DOWN 1 Comics punch 2 Concerning 3 Clarified butter 4 Marino and Rather 5 PC key 6 Playwright Fugard 7 Lloniike 8 Narrow margin 9 From Z 10 Actor Max Sydow 11 Nostalgic disc 12 Air condition? 13 Tout's offer 14Citms suffix 15 Beat back 16 Rock artist Frank 17 Varsity starters 18"Phooeyr 21 Froth 24 "Fat chancel" 29 Calendar abbr. 31 Hoops shot 32 Draft orders 33 Wort<s by would- be doctors 34 Pull up stakes, perhaps 35 Guaranteed: Ab­ br. 36 Sharp to the taste 37 Gossip's Ban-ett 38 Manifestation of greed, figuratively 39 WWII command 41 Icemen's org.? 44 Graphic prefix 45 Golfer Balies- teros 47 Accumulated cumuli 48 Tortuga's country 49 'The Great For- esr painter 52 Cruising 53 Ignore 57 Loin steaks 60 Kind of call: Ab- br. 97 New England re­ 62 Hops dryer sort area 64 Autumn tools 99 Mensa preoccu­ 65 Debunked psy­ pations chic Geller 100 Novelist de la 66 Director: Abbr. Ram6e's pen 67 Non-fictional name 68 Dickens' Mar- 103 Mold material ley 104 Quiet's comple­ 69 Hello or goodbye ment 74 Brings Into 105 Acts the busy­ agreement body 75 Pt. of N.L. 106 Fix, as loose 76 Do the twist, say shoelaces . 77 Fads 108 "The Gift of the 83 Disdainful ex­ Magi" device pression 111 Kitty 85 May 15th, e.g. 112 Soup pod 86 Nape growth 113 Helpers 88 Proposal prop 114 Poetry units 90 Grant permission 115 Estonia and to Latvia, once: 91 Nimble Abbr. 93 Prefix for the 117Der Spiegel arti­ EPA cle 95 Martha's Vine­ 118 Courtroom ID yard et al. 120That, toJuanita 96 Silo 121 Hair holder Jacob Levi Taylor A son, Jacob Levi, was born April 8, 2001, to Shawn and Angle Taylor of Manhattan. Brother is Jadon, 2. Grandparents are George and Shirley Taylor of Minneapolis and Ernie and Judy Honomichl of Larned. Great-grandmothers are Doris Honomichl and Betty Mohler, both of Larned, and Goldie Taylor of Minneapolis. Cameron Michzlel Brown Cerah FayeToothman A son, Cameron lilichael, was born April 10, 2001, to former Salinans David and Teresa Brown of Derby Grandparents are Salinans Edgar and Marita Smith, 1104 Funston; Robert Brown, Hays; and the late Jane Brown. Great-grandparents are Wennonah Brown of Hays and Edna Deakyne of Wilmington, Del. A daughter, Cerah Faye, was born March 21, 2001, to Sali­ nans Larry and Evelin Toothman, 240 S. Eighth, No. 7. Grandparents are Salinans Larry and Barbara Toothman, 2239 Wesley, Wayne Williams and the late Sarah Williams. Great-grandparents are Doris Adele Toothman of Wichita and Mary and C.E. "Tooty" Toothman. Stumped? Call 1-900-933-5155. 99 cents a minute 4/22/01 ©2001 Tribune Media Services, Inc. ANSWERS TO TODAY'S PUZZLE ARE ON PAGE D5. 'TRAVEL Tourism industry focuses on seniors Baby boomers are expected to dominate travel market in future By MIKE SCHNEIDER The Associated Press LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — For just about three weeks every year, Gene and Barb Haggar toss some light clothes into their suitcases and set off for warmer climates, leaving behind their home in frigid Sioux Falls, S.D. In the past year alone, the couple — he's a retired grocer who sells cars these days, she's a bookkeeper and insurance saleswoman — have been to San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Calif., and New York. Their latest trip landed them at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, where they waited patiently for the Main Street afternoon parade. "We just wanted to get away to where it's warm," said Barb, 66, as she sat on the curb beside her 70-year-old husband. . Whether it's the weather, or simply a desire to see the country, the increasing number of older travelers like the Haggars are making the tourism industry take notice. Mature tourists, age 55 and up, make up almost a third of all U.S. travelers. Their ranks are growing swiftly as baby boomers, some 78 million strong, enter their golden years, according to a recent study by the Travel Industry Association of America. Travel packages offered Companies such as Walt Disney World and Loews Hotels have taken notice and have begun offering packages geared toward mature travelers, particularly grandparents. "The potential of the mature market is tremendous because in less than a year the first members of the huge baby boom generation will turn 55 years old," said William S. Norman, president and CEO of the Travel Industry Association. "The travel industry should be prepared for explosive growth in the mature consumer market." Although baby boomers currently make up the highest share of domestic trips, at 45 percent, travelers older than age 55 will be the fastest-growing in the near future. The mar- "The travel industry should be prepared for explosive growth in the mature consumer market." William S. Norman president of Travel Industry Association ket for mature travelers — there are about 58.8 million people aged 55 and older in the United States ~ is expected to increase in size by 28 percent between 2000 and 2010, the study says. Today's mature travelers are better educated, richer and more technologically savvy than their predecessors, according to the study Almost half are college-educated, more than a quarter have an annual household income of more than $75,000 and more than half own a computer, which they can use to make travel plans. The tourism industry is catching on. Disney readies out Disney has been marketing to empty-nesters for some time, but recently decided to reach out to grandparents after seeing large numbers of them traveling with their grandchildren on cruise ships. Disney recently launched a national television campaign selling a travel package starting at $424 per grandparent and $220 per child under age 9. It includes three days of lodging, theme park tickets, breakfast with Disney characters and an autograph book for each grandchild. "Today's grandparents are more physically and fiscally capable to do things like this with the grandchildren, whereas in the past, many grandparents were typically older," said Linda Warren, a Disney World executive vice president. Staying on TOP! Academy of Hair Staff & Students Continental Salina Staff Attended a Design Forum Class at tlie Academy By Robin Mroz, an international hair designer for Pivot Point International artistic team. Robin teaches & trains stylists abroad & state side. She also works In a top Chicago salon. Robin demonstrating new iiair sculpting & texturizing tecltnique Robin demonstrating new color foiling teclmique Joy and Amber are offering 20% off on all chemical services and sculptured nails through May ,23rd with coupon. You can call 823-3709. 1113 E. Crawford TOTAL REVSARDS Play "Stamp It Rich" for your chance to win big cash! Pick up a new stampbook every Tuesday at the Total Rewards" Center. Then, collect one stamp per hour and be ready to win big! So get in on the action with "Stamp It Rich" April 3 through May 29. Get Stamps WfnCafhl Harralt Oh Yeah! ' PRAIRIE BAND CASINO Owned by the Prairie Band PotawatomI Nation. Must be 21 years of age or older. Know When To Stop Before You Start.® Gambling Problem? Call 1-BOO-522-4700. © 2001, Harrah's Entertainment, Inc. The Salina Family YMCA wishes to thank all those who played a role in making our Family Pool a reality. Salina Building Systems, Inc. General Contractor Warren Ediger Architect Bucher, Willis &Ratliff Sub-contractors and Suppliers Johnson Farms Builders Choice Borton, Inc. Superior Plumbing Lytle Electric Waddles Heating & Cooling, Inc. Jones Paint Co. RitterTile Co. The GedneyCo. Continental Pools Inc. Stress Cast MDF Industries Salina Concrete REW Materials Delbert Chopp, Inc. Grant Woodcraft 570YMCA Drive / 825-2151

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