The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on February 2, 1986 · Page 81
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 81

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, February 2, 1986
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What's ahead The Salina Journal Entertainment Sunday, Feb. 2,1986 Page 9 Athol: Cabin home of Dr. Brewster Higley, author of "Home on the Range," 1 mile west, 8 miles north and % mile west of Athol on farm of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rust. Belle Plaine: Barlett Arboretum, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. daily. Admission $2.50 adults; $1.25 high school students; 50 cents grade school students. Castle Rock: 22 miles southeast ofQuinter. Ellis: Boyhood home of Walter P. Chrysler, open 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. FREE. Hanover: Hollenberg Pony Express station, 5 miles north of U.S. 36 via K-15E and K-243, Washington County. Hutchinson: Kansas Cos- mosphere and Discovery Center, 1100 N. Plum. The "Hall of Space" permanent exhibit area is free. Admission to the Omnimax Theater film is $3.50 for adults and $2.25 for children 12 and under and- senior citizens. Call (316) 662-2305. Reservations recommended. Kanopolis: Kanopolis- Mushroom Rock State Park, 8 miles north of the reservoir. LJndsborg: Coroado Heights, a fortress-like shelter marks the high hill northwest of Lindsborg. Open daily with a 10 p.m. curfew. Access road may not be passable in bad weather. • Lucas: Garden of Eden, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. daily (December, January, February by appointment only). Call 525-6395. Minneapolis: Rock City, 2 miles southwest of Minneapolis on K-106. Topeka: State House Capitol Square, 8 a.m.-9 p.m. daily. FREE. Cedar Crest, the governor's mansion, open 1-5 p.m. each Friday, and for tours. Call 296-3636. FREE. Topeka Zoological Park, 6th and Gage, 9 a.m.-}:45 p.m.. Adults $2, senior citzens 50 cents, children 416,50 cents. Victoria: Cathedral of the Plains, 6 a.m.-8 p.m. daily. Wichita: Omnisphere and Science Center. Showing "Comets: Death of the Dinuosaurs" at noon Thursdays, 2, 3 and 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays Feb. 8 through April 27. For information, call (316)264-3174. Museums Salina Smoky Hill Historical Museum, closed until new museum is Puzzle is on Page 5 SALINA'S FAMOUS COZY At Old Fashioned Prices! 1 DAY ONLY!! Monday, Feb. 3 ' 30* Cozy 9:30am-11 pm —NO LIMIT— COZY INN 108N. 7th Salina 825-9407 opened in the old Salina Post Office building. Elsewhere Abilene: Eisenhower Center, 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m. daily. Admission: 75 cents for 16 and older. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. Tours: 263-4751. National Greyhound Hall of Fame, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. FREE. Dickinson County Historical Museum and Museum of Independent Telephony share a building directly east of the Eisenhower Center, Sam-days 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Sunday 1 to 5 p.m.; 50 cent admission 12 and over. Members and their guests free. Old Abilene town, Southeast Sixth Street, 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m. daily. FREE. Lebold-Vahsholtz Mansion, First Street and Vine, 105-year-old 23-room mansion completely restored and furnished with period furnishings. Admission: $3 adults, $2 students; by appointment. Call 263-4356. Our Doll Museum, Priems Pride Motel, 1709 N. Buckeye, features about 200 antique dolls. Hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m., seven days a week. $2 admission fee. Atwood: Rawlins County Historical Museum, 2-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. CaU 626-9423. Beloit: Mitchell County Historical Society Museum, 1-5 p.m. Sunday through Friday. Hays: Frontier Historical Park, Tuesday-Saturday (summer hours 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; winter hours 10 a.m.-5 p.m.) Sunday and Monday 1-5 p.m. all year. ADVERTISEMENT Business Spotlight 'Copyright 1986. All rights reserved. 6 Ask the Experts 99 SEND YOUR QUESTIONS TO: P.O. Box 1282, Salina, Kansas 67402-1282 tt 191 triacAt&of tirtm. soumfe of KT& wwttrf Owrft! at WS-3241. Q. Could you tell me where to find a facility where retired persons can live independently and have emergency health care if necessary. A • "In a retirement center such as the future McCall Manor, this service will be available. McCall Manor will have planned emergency response and care. McCall Manor will be linked between the residents apt. and Windsor Estates Nursing Home for im- % mediate care when necessary. This 24 hour response by professional staff occurs whenever an unexpected health emergency arises." Says Ann McCall, Administrator of McCall Manor, 623 S. 3rd, Salina, 825-6757. Q» Can a chiropractor do anything to help reoccurring headaches? A. "Headache troubles develop when one or more of the tiny neck bones is misaligned or forced out of normal position. Your chiropractor, a specialist of the spine and nerves, uses all the aids of modern technology to track down the source of the problem, and remove the cause." Says D. E. Kempton, D.C. at Kempton Chiropractic Health Center, 1027 Midway, Salina, 825-4691. O. What would I oe eating while on the Nutri/ System program? A . According to Sharon Saulnier, Manager of Nutri/ System in Salina, 823-9223, "Our variety of good foods enable you to lose weight without experiencing hunger. Nutri/System has the most complete line of supervised dietary foods available anywhere. Included are 27 entrees such as Barbeque Beef, Lasagna, Chicken Salad, Chili, Milk Shakes, Desserts, Pancakes and many more. You select the foods you like to eat with supervision from our nurses." O. What are GNMA mortgage-backed securities? A. Good question, Jack Schwartz, Investment Representative with Edward D. Jones & Co., Salina,Tells us. "They are government guaranteed securities. A certificate represents a share in a pool of FHA and/or VA mortgages. An issuer, normally a mortgage banker, will package a minimum of $1 million worth of FHA-VA single family mortgages, place them in the custody of a financial institution, and through GNMA issue a GNMA modified pass-through security collateralized by the pool of mortgages." For more information contact Jack at 823-5133. O. Could you tell me if oral cancer is a major problem. A. Answers Byron F. Hutchinson, D.D.S. at 888 Westchester in Salina, 825-5454. "Cancer can affect any of the oral tissues — the tongue, cheek, lip, throat, jaw bone, or salivary glands. Every year about 27,000 new cases of oral cancer are diagnosed, often by dentists and dental hygienists doing routine examinations. Tobacco users — all forms - are five times more likely to develop this disease and about 90% of all oral cancers are found in people over age 45. Regular dental examinations are a must for adults as well as children." %fm Is it neces sary to explain the detail on every deposit that 1 make? A. Bill SturgeB, Accountant with Clubine & Rettele Chartered, Certi- _ tied Public Accountants in Salina, 825-5479 tells us, "In auditing a return, an IRS agent usually will analyze the taxpayer's bank accounts to see if there are any deposits that cannot be explained. If so, the agent may treat those unexplained as additional income. Obviously, the taxpayer that has noted in his or her checkbook or passbook the source of each deposit will avoid the unnecessary headache of trying to reconstruct the source of certain deposits. " Q. 1 would like to know what is the cost of an average funeral? A. According to Kenneth R. Ryan, Licensed Funeral Director, with Ryan Mortuary, 137 N. 8th, Salina. "Funeral costs, not including final disposition, memorialization and miscellaneous expenses generally range between $1700 and $6500. Costs vary according to the availability of services and goods selected. In making decisions it is wise to contact a funeral director for specific details. For more information contact Ryan Mortuary at 825-4242. Q. How infectu- ous is monoculeo- sus? Would you please explain some of the symptoms. A > According to Thomas F. Taylor, M.D., 430 So. Ohio, Salina. "Some people get sick and some don't with infectious mononucleosus. The most prominent symptoms is fatigue and sore throat, definitely a disease of the young adult population. Often a prolonged recovery period of rest is the most important, and their is almost universal recovery. For more j'n/ormation contact your persona) medical doctor.

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