The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 11, 1971 · Page 17
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Monday, October 11, 1971
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the small society by Brickman You RAv/e let TELL A*& Says College Enrollments Will Double By Year 2000 PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Enrollment in American colleges will double by the year 2000, the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education predicted Thursday. And this climb to between 16 and 17 million students means tin nation will need about 300 new institutions, two-thirds of them two-year community col leges, mostly in metropolitan areas. "The United States is creat CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. Symphonies 31. Strain €. Conditional 32. Geneva release 33. Character in 12. Eared seal "Exodus" 13. Chemist's pot 34. Scottish 14. Claw milkmaids 15. Haphazard 36. — Aviv 16. Standard 37. Fluff amount 38. That man 18. Neuter pronoun 40, Fortune 19. Groove 42. Plagues 21. Shout 46. Watered silk 23. Quarrel 49. The East 27. Fuegiart Indian 50. Lower 28. Eternity 51. Sell out 30. Capek play 52. Different ••••• anann ••••• maniia nra ann •••no rana annua •eh eee EHB11E ••••BE ••••Ha ramsnS aaa anra- 1 •heeq ma ••••a nan he SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLE DOWN 1. Witticism 2. Japanese song 1 X 3 <4 S 6 7 8 9 IO M (2 i <3 '4 •5 % % 16 ^ IB % % % •9 20 i 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 i 26 29 36 3) 32 33 35 36 37 % U % 36 39 i Ml % LIS i 46 w SO w SI POT time 27 min. AP Newjfeafurei 10-11 3. Wholesome 4. Symbol of strength 5. Sarcastic 6. Equality 7. Turkish regiment 8. Small animals 9. Unusual 10. Sign of the zodiac 11. Spreading tree 17. Entertain 19. Highway 20. Unicorn fish 22. Hayseed 24. Frolicsome 25. Emanation 26. Journey 29. Water lily 35. Thin 39. Lab'burner 41. Veneer 42. Haircut 43. Before ' 44. Roost 45. Piggery 47. Female ruff 48. Blunder IO| II © 1971 UcNiutflt Syndiun Int. TV Tonight MONDAY, OCTOBER 11 o:Jo-Wlld Kingdom, t, J, II You're On, • let's Make • Dtll, It, 13 Primus, X, 1, 11 7:00—Nanny * Professor, It, U Gunsmoke, t, 7, U Liugh-ln, t, 3, 11 Special, I — "Hogan's Goat" 7:30—Shirley's World, 10 P.OP—Hore'i Lucy, *, 7, 12 Monday Movie, 2, 3, 11 — "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof" NFL Football, 10, 13 N. L. Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys «:M—Oorlt Day Show, e, 7, 11 t:00—M Minutes, t, 7, 12 Legally Speaking, l »:30—Legislative Preview, I itita— Nighltop News, a, 7, 11 KSN News, weather « Sports, 2, 3, 11 Driver Education, $ 10:30— Merv Griffin, o, 12 Tmight. Show, 2, 3/ II You're On, t Football—Tom Stromgren, 7 10:45—Scene Tonight, It, 13 1V.0&—Merv GrIHin, 7 11:15— Sherlock Holmes Theater, 14, it "Tha Pearl of Death" 12:00—Midnight Movie. II — "War Arrow" % Building or Remodeling I 9 Call I • ED WEIGEL i % 3304 No. Elm i £ Hutchinson, Ks. 663-9804) Tomorrow Noon at HICKORY GABLES 832 West 4th Beef Strogauoff Special 97* 1 Frozen Pastries at reduced prices. RED CARPET DRIVE-IN PASTRY SHOP 3 W. 13th 6634641 TUESDAY ONLY SPECIAL Chili Dogs Tuesday *%t\< Only £\j 27 East 30th MO 2-9826 ing a society in which more people will have had more edu cation than ever before in history in any nation," the commission reported. "It is making higher education available to all who want it. for whatever reason." Half Will Attend In its report, "New Students and New Places," the commission estimated that by 2000 half of all young people between 18 and 21 will be in college, compared with 35 per cent now. But because of uncertainties the commission issued two growth studies: 1. Based on past growth rates, it predicts enrollment will hit 13.5 million by 1980 and climb to 17.4 million by the year 2000. Changes Noted 2. Noting changes in the labor market for college degree holders and a reduced birth rate, it says enrollment may reach only 16 million by the turn of the century with 12.5 million by 1980. A "call-in" TV series designed to let you ask the experts the questions you want to know about different aspects of the law. TONIGHT'S TOPIC CONSUMER PROTECTION 9:00 P.M. on Public Television KPTS-Channel 8— Wichita A Kansas Bar Association Presentation AEC Leaves A 'Hot' Town Behind (C) 1971 N.Y. Times News Service GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Coming west on Interstate 70, the narrow canyon walls above the Colorado River seem to draw back and the wide green valley of Grand Junction springs up in the midst of a desert. The bright green of it strikes the eye like the best of man's work, with orchards and fields and tree-lined streets. The Book Cliffs and Grand Mesa, towering above the valley, seem to wait, knowing that 1,000 years from now man may no longer be in the valley to divert the muddy river water and make the desert bloom But man has left one object in the valley that will try the patience of a mountain: A radioactive hot spot along the river where a uranium ore processing mill stood and dumped out its wastes in low mounds now dotted with water sprinklers and weeds. The mounds are of fine radioactive sand, called "tailings," that contain radium. Scientists say radium has a half-life of 1 .620 years. That is the time it takes for half of it to radioactively decay. In 6,480 years, 94 per cent of it will be gone naturally. The tailings pile is a product of the atomic age. It was dumped there so man could have How's Your Hearing? Chicago, HI.—A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Beltone. A non-operating model of the smallest Beltone aid ever made will be given absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisement. Try it to see how it is worn in the privacy of your own. home without cost or obligation of any kind. It's yours to keep, free. It weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all at ear level, in one unit. No wires lead frombody to head. These models are free, so we suggest you write for yours now. Again, we repeat, there is no cost, and certainly no obligation. Write to Dept. msn Bel­ tone Electronics Corp., 4201 W. Victoria, Chicago, 111. 60646. The Corner Restaurant 2nd & Walnut 663-6321 Opens It's New Steak and Lobster Room Wednesday, Oct. 13 — 5 to 10 p.m. for your Dining Pleasure. Choose Steaks. Lobsters, Shish Kabob. The New Steak & Lobster Room will be open every evening except Sunday. | ^ MO 3-4331 i I FAMILY SPECIAL with this coupon Good Tues., Wed. & Thurs. I October 12, 13 & 14 Sir Galahad Steak 8-oz. chopped Sirloin, Served I with Tossed Salad, French I Fries or Baked Potato, Garlic Steak Bread. I $| 091 LARRY WILLIAMSON — MANAGER J| With this Whole Family Coupon SPECIAL NOTICE SPECIAL NOTICE SID'S HAIRDRESSERS at the HILTON Hotel I will cease business as of Saturday evening, October 9th ... I do thank YOU, my patrons for your patronage at the Hilton ... In the days ahead you may be assured of the service you deserve, at Sid's at 1208 N. Main or Sid's at 6 Faircrest. I plan to RE-OPEN on or about November 1st with new personnel. With Sincere Appreciation Sid Oliver uranium to build atomic and hydrogen bombs, to build nuclear reactors for generating electricity and to produce other items which the government lists as among the benefits of atomic technology. Men who left the tailings there could have chemically removed 90 per cent of the radium and most of the problem with it. But it was an expensive process and they did not do it. They have no plans to do it now, either. Few at the Atomic Energy Commission believe the radium is a problem in the first place. On May 6, 1966, in a "Statement on Disposition and Control of Uranium Mill Tailings," the A.E.C. put forward its position: "At the present time we find it difficult to conceive of any mechanism whereby the radioactive material which is now so widely dispersed could become so concentrated as to exceed current applicable standards for protection against radiation." That same summer, Colorado State Public Health workers in Grand Junction discovered that a mechanism had indeed been conceived of. The workers saw tmckloads of tailings being carried off for use in building propects. Unfortunately, radium decays into a gas called radon which comes up through concrete and spreads radioactivity inside buildings. Over a 13-year period, 150,000 to 200,000 tons of tailings were trucked all over the city from the Climax Uranium Company mill and used as a base, or backfill, around new nouses, commercial buildings, schools, churches and even the downtown shopping mall which was TONM-E! Once you see BILLY JACK you'll not forget them HHnES^ ' TECHNICOLOR* AT: 7:10 & 9:15 Doors Open 6:30 P.M. FLA& mm 312N.MAIH completed on Main Street in 1962. A careful study now has shown tailings at 4,984 locations, all at levels which the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service has said suggests Jhe need for remedial action. Many of the readings are in a higher range than that which the Surgeon General has stated "remedial action indicat-, ed." The Surgeon General has said the health problem relates to leukemia and lung cancer. This conclusion is based in part on studies of Japanese atomic bomb survivors, and in part, on the history of uranium miners. A study also is being made by the state of Colorado of possible cbromosonal damage to infants in Grand Junction. But there is nothing immediate about the effects of the tailings, nothing to touch or smell or see. A few years ago, when the problem first was discovered, few in Grand Junction were concerned. State Health Department workers were careful not to make a dramatic case as they went around measuring radioactivity levels. In July, 1970, Dr. Jesse L. Steinfeld, the Surgeon General, mirrored the official attitude on tailings when he reported that it would take some time to get precise readings on radioactivity levels in buildings and that "the additional health risks from continued exposure over this time period are of lesser consequence that the economic and social discomfi­ tures of precipitous action." Recipe for Enjoyment The Place Bonanza Sirloin Pit 2612 N. Main Page 5 The Hutchinson News Monday, Oct. 11,1971 Open 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Week Days. To » p.m. Friday A Saturday. 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