The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 23, 2001 · Page 27
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8 MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL MILITARY FROM PAGE 7 Crucible, a 54-hour team effort, problem solving event which culminated with a ceremony in which the recruits were presented the Marine Corps Emblem and were addressed as "Marines" for the first time since boot camp began. Day is a 2000 graduate of Hope High School.^ NAVY: Navy Lt. Michael Lane, son of Sharron Lawe, Salina, recently returned from a six-month deployment to the western Pacific Ocean and Arabian Gulf while assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, home ported in Bremerton, Wash. During the deployment. Lane's ship was on station in the Arabian Gulf supporting U.N. sanctions of the no-fly zone over southern Iraq and participating in maritime interception operations. Lane's squadron also visited cities in Australia, Tasmania and the United Arab Emirates. While in Dubai, sailors from Lane's ship landscaped the Dubai Center for Special Needs. While in Hobart, Tasmania, the USS Abraham Lincoln clown troupe entertained residents of a children's home and patients at a children's hospital. Lane is a 1983 graduate of Ellinwood High School and joined the Navy in November 1984. He is a 1992 graduate of National University, Calif., with a bachelor of arts degree and a 1998 graduate of U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Calif., with a master of science degree. NAVY: Navy Airman Casey Collins, son of Kathy Collins, Golden, Colo., and Jim Collins, Talmage, is currently on a six-month deployment to the Mediterranean Sea and Arabian Gulf while assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Harry S Truman, home ported in Norfolk, Va. While on deployment, crew members from Collins' ship participated in damage control Olympics, a competition designed to train the crew to properly handle a crisis at sea. The events included a firefighting gear race, a hose- manning competition, a chemical protective overgarment suit dressout and desmoking a compartment through the use of a smoke generator. Collins is a 2000 graduate of Chapman High School and joined the Navy in February Plane / Glided into hobby FROM PAGE 1 He started with gliders, then rubber-powered, then gasoline- powered with simple radio controls. "If somebody had told me years ago that we'd have the things we have today, I'd say, 'Noway,' "he said. To prove his point, he hauls out a modern radio controller; just a few years ago, it would have had about a dozen toggle switches and a couple of joysticks. Now, it also boasts a touch-sensitive LCD screen, from which Moden can make literally dozens of digital adjustments. The airplanes have changed, too. Many now boast carbon- fiber bodies, digital servo motors and sensors that give the pilot such details as exhaust temperature — a clue to how well the fuel-air mixture is balanced. Following his retirement from Bildex in Marquette, where he was a geologist, Moden opened Don's Hobby Shop, first at the southeast corner of South Ninth and Magnolia and llJItcre Xlw Jun Never Sets" Year End School Parties Family & Class Reunions Church Youth Groups later moving to 1819 S. Broadway. He sold it m 1996, after just five years. He found working in a hobby shop didn't give him time for his hobby. "I was putting in eight to 14 hours a day," he said. "I couldn't get to the races. I didn't have time to fly, even at the flying field here. I was losing friends because I couldn't come out to play. I was always having to get back to the store." Even after that second retirement, Moden ended up back in business. He's a nationwide field representative for Horizon Hobby Distributors and J.R. Radios, two of the top suppliers in the radio-controlled aircraft industry. Soon, he'll be leaving for Greenville, S.C., on a business trip, then to Los Angeles the next week and Wyoming the week after that. He'll be driving. And that's on top of a racing circuit that starts in Texas in early June, then moves to Ohio in August and later to Michigan and California. He and other local enthusiasts have built a flying field just off Schilling Road about a half-mile east of Ohio. They're encouraging people who have never flown before — especially children — to come out on Saturdays once the weather warms. "We'll teach you how to fly, and it won't cost you anything." he said. If you, decide you like it, the hobby's not all that expensive to get started in, Moden said. "Yoii can get into it for under $500 and have top-quality gear," he said. "After that, it's up to you. It's like any other hobby, you can put as much into it as you want." B M U m SHELTER Your friend for Life... And Home and Auto. Call us fir insurance protection review. I We'll lUwnys bo Uiere for you. 2737 BelmOPt • 823'51 29 Sport Banquet Meetings "SSItSr Employee Parties Water Well Drilling Services •Resldentlol Supply • Lawn & Garden •Livestock • 'Purnp Sales & Installation -Gaolhermal Heat Bump Wells •Professional Gedoglcai Services Sallna.KS 2000. it 0 # ARMY: Lt. Col. Michael Debold, Salina, has been promoted to colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves. He is currentiy assigned as the assistant chief of staff, transportation at the 3rd Corps Support Command in Des Moines, Iowa. His previous assignment was as the deputy commander of the 326th Area Support Group in Kansas City, Kan., and he commanded the 821st Transportation Battalion in Topeka prior to that. Debold has 28 years of commissioned service and is a Salina native. AIR FORCE: Air Force Airman 1st Class Sean Newell graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio. During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization, and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force. . He is the son of Leroy and Patricia Newell, Salina, and is a 2000 graduate of Salina South High School. MARINES: Marine Corps Pvt., Jose Rodriguez, son of Terri Stone, Ellsworth, recent­ ly completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. Rodriguez successfully completed 12 weeks of training designed to challenge new Marine recruits both physically and mentally. Rodriguez and fellow recruits began their training at 5 a.m. by running three miles and performing calisthenics. In addition to the physical conditioning program, Rodriguez spent numerous hours in classroom and field assignments which included learning first aid, uniform regulations, combat water survival, marksmanship, hand-to-hand combat and assorted weapons training. They performed close-order drill and operated a small infantry unit during field training. Rodriguez and other recruits also receive instruction on the Marine Corps' core values — honor, courage and commitment, and what the words mean in guiding personal and professional conduct. Rodriguez and fellow recruits ended the training phase with The Crucible, a 54- hour team effort, problem solving event which culminated with a ceremony in which the recruits were presented the Marine Corps Emblem and were addressed as "Marines" for the first time since boot camp began. Rodriguez is a 2000 graduate of EUsworth High School. Employee Profile Edna first started working at CLC of Salina in June of 1990. Edna has been an asset to our facility. It's wonderful to have dedicated employees who stay at one job for so long. Edna has lived in Salina most all of her life. She loves to work in the yard, collect owls (she has over 1,000) and do handwork such as crocheting and cross stitch. She made the facility two counted cross stitch pictures which hang in our front lobby Edna likes working at CLC which is evidenced by her length of employment. She says she really enjoys working with the elderly and all of our staff. We give Edna a BIG thank you for her dedication to the Centers for Long Term Care. Edna Kerby yNe can assist you with: • Daycare • Respite Care • Admissions • i\/leclicaicl • Medicare Center for Long Term Care ..^ 2925 Florida Ave., Salina 785-825-6954 • 877-218-7261

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