The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 3, 1985 · Page 2
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Wednesday, April 3, 1985
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People The Salina Journal Wednesday, April 3,1985 Page 2, SPEEDY DELIVERY — Caroline Carte, 5, gets a tow from sister Linda, 10, as they attempt to catch the wind with an umbrella while skating home with some milk for Mom in Hamilton, Ontario. Opera Is 'seduced by glamour* " PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (AP) - Opera in the United States has fallen victim to glamour at the expense of art, says renowned tenor Jon Vickers, one of 21 singers inducted into the first Hall of Fame for Great American Opera Singers. "I think today the American scene has become seduced by glamour," said Vickers, a Canadian. "The figures aren't out, but it's been estimated the new 'Tosca' at the Metropolitan Opera Company cost $3.5 million. Now is this art?" Vickers, who opens at the Met in "Parsifal" April 8, was applauded by his colleagues. Others honored were Martina Arroyo, Richard Vickers Cassilly, Lili Chookasian, Simons Estes, Jerome Hines, Cornell MacNeil, James McCracken, James Morris, Patrice Munsel, Roberta Peters, Nell Rankin, Regina Resnik, Eleanor Steber, Rise Stevens, Beverly Wolff and Anna Moffo. Luce says politics poor for women RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. (AP) "Politics is the worst of careers for women," says one who should know: Clare Boothe Luce, a former congresswoman and ambassador. "You must have a real pleasure in reaching for the jugular, a killer's instinct to survive in politics," the 81-year- old playwright and best-selling author said in an interview published in the Palm Springs Desert Sun. It will be a long time before a woman becomes president, Luce said. "Women are more creative and more positive. Diplomacy is a better career for women Clare Boothe Luce than politics." Scouts camp out atop high-rise SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Twenty Boy Scouts hiked up a stairwell after taking an elevator to the 42nd floor, fished in a tub and lit a fire on a propane burner before settling back to enjoy the view from their campsite, the top of a 45-story building next to San Francisco Bay. As part of a citified camping trip to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America, the young people were to spend 75 hours on the roof of a nigh-rise that sits in the heart of the city's downtown. "We wanted to show how today's Boy Scouts have changed with the times," Scoutmaster Ed Flowers said. "Scouting has gone high tech and high camp. A city scout does things particular to his environment." Former President Gerald Ford was scheduled to give an Eagle Scout award to one of the campers. They spent the first day fishing for trout in a tub, then unrolled sleeping bags in tents pitched alongside TV antennas and ventilation ducts. Gathering around a hissing propane fire, they sang a few camp songs. They planned to spend the next three days working toward merit badges. Move made marriage smoother NASHVILLE, Term. (AP) - Actress Mario Thomas says husband Phil Donahue's decision to move his talk show from Chicago to New York has made their five-year marriage a lot smoother. "It is so great to have him in the same city, the same house, the same room. Our problems are melting away," she said while in Nashville for a workshop. "There was a lot of stress," she said. "Phil was getting very tired of doing five shows in three days so he could be in New York by Wednesday evening, and I felt a tremendous pressure to get to Chicago the other weeks by Thursday." Mario Thomas Docks at Miami doze with booze MIAMI (AP) — The docks at the Port of Miami were oozing with booze when a tanker filled with about 5,000 gummy gallons of liqueur tipped over while being loaded by a forklift truck, officials said. "I've never seen this much booze on the ground," Ray Mears, a district chief for Miami Fire Rescue, said. "It's a hazard because this is a flammable liquid. This is not as bad as if it were poison." Mears added of the sweet Tia Maria, a 53-proof, coffee-flavored liqueur, "I never did like the stuff." A chemical spill specialist helped spread absorbent material over the sticky liquid, said port Director Carmen Lunetta. Five city fire trucks were dispatched to handle the sweet mess created by the liqueur. The alcohol was going to be shipped to a bottling plant for processing. U.S. keeps up pressure on Japanese WASHINGTON (AP) - Capitol Hill pressure on the Japanese to. drop trade barriers intensified Tuesday as a Senate panel approved mandatory tariffs and quotas unless new markets are opened to U.S. goods. "We need to open up and get back to something that resembles free trade," said Sen. Lloyd Bentsen, D- Texas. The Senate Finance Committee approved the measure 12-4. Meanwhile, the House took up a non-binding version similar to one approved by the Senate last week. House Speaker Thomas O'Neill Jr., D-Mass., said he urged U.S. Ambassador Mike Mansfield by telephone earlier Tuesday to tell Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone that "they better make some concessions or they've got trouble." In the conversation, O'Neill said, Mansfield reported progress in efforts to open the Japanese market to American telecommunications equipment. But O'Neill said the envoy reported that an array of problems remained in other trade areas. The United States is pressing for access to sell billions of dollars worth of telecommunications switching equipment to Nippon Telegraph and Telephone, a state monopoly being transformed into a private corporation. The committee chairman, Sen. Robert Packwood, R-Ore., said he expected the measure to become law if the House Ways and Means Committee "reports out anything at all" in a similar vein. Packwood said, however, he was unsure if such a statute could be enforced in the courts if the administration refused to act on it aggressively. Criticism of the White House for hot using the trade powers without prompting is mounting on Capitol Hill. In an interview published in Tuesday's editions of The Washington Post, Reagan said personal envoys he sent to Tokyo were "assured that he (Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone) is going to continue doing his utmost to bring about some changes." Both Stores Will Be Closed All Day Easter Sunday If your Salina Journal b not delivered by 7:00 a.m., please call your carrier or the Circulation Department at 82M3U (1-KXH32-7606, out of town subscribers). Same day delivery will only be made in response to calls received prior to 10:00 a.m. In Salina. For other service calls, our Circulation Dept. Is open 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; 5 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The Advertising and Business office will close on Saturdays at 12 noon. HAVE YOUR SHRIMP AND EAT IT TWO & THREE & FOUR With Skipper's® Shrimp and Fish All-You-Can-Eat you get lots of tender shrimp and moist 'n flaky fish fillets. Plus refill after refill of clam chowder, fries and your choice of coleslaw orjell-0®. At $5.99 this offer is a steal, but it won't last forever. Come on down to Skipper's and try it today. $5.99 SHRIMP AND FISH ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT (For a limited time, only) 1-35 and Crawford Limited lUmi — Tobacco Or < Alcoholic Product* Do Not Qualify For Purchase RsqulrsmanU. 901 W. Crawford 827-36O1 Sale Prices Qood Now Thru April 9,1985 605 E. Crawford 827-3608' April Is Easter And Ashton's East Anniversary We Are Celebrating With These Prices At Both Locations Griffith's 4-0 Lb. Boneless Sunny Morning Ham Limit i Lb. Bar-S Boneless Half Ham Limit 2. u>. Leg Of Lamb Lb. Lamb Loin Chops Lb. Boston Butt Pork Roast Lb. Lip On • Rib Eye Roast (WholeinCryovacBag) Lb. tzoz.Pkg. $^29 S^j 29 $329 $429 99* $319 3 Lbs. *\ 19 $2" 79 Family Pack, Limits ,Lb. Wonder Roast Chicken Ea. (With a purchase of 1 Ib. of salad of your choice) Meat Wieners Psrmland Thick Sliced Bacon Lb. Pkg. * I"" There Is no charge for slicing or special cuts. Please feel free to askl Locker Beef (USDA choice yield Grade 2. Cut, wrapped & frozen) ..... $ 1 17 H.NDQTR $ 1 39 32o«. SIDES. The Salina Journal P.O. Bo» 779 Zip Cod* 67401 Published seven days a week, 365 days per year at 333 S. 4th, Salina, Kansas. by+ Salina Journal, Inc. (DSPS 478-060) Fred Vandegrilt, President and Publisher Harris Ray], Editor Second-class postage paid at Salina, Kansas. Additional mailings made from Hays and Colby Kansas. Founded February 16,1071 Department Heads Executive Editor: Kay Berenson. Photo Editor: Fritz Mendell. Advertising: Jane Glenn, sales manager. Jim Pickett, production manager. Circulation: Mike Alfers, manager. Norbert Laue, mail foreman. Production: Kenneth Ottley, composing foreman. Howard Outer, press foreman. Business: Rhonda Kelley. Area Code 913 Dial D23-U6] Slngli copy rltoi Daily 25«. Sunday 7S>. By Carrier + Monthly rate M.OO Including sales lai. By Motor Route + Monthly rate W.SO including sales tai. City Motor Route same as 'By Carrier' rate. Mail subscriptions available in areas not serviced by carrier or motor routes. Send change of address to The Salina Journal, P. 0. Box 779, Salina, Kansas 67402-0779. FREE ^iw? Shurfraih Orade "A" M.dlum ro4£^V EGGS \f/§» With J15 Purchase l< ^/^/ Blue Bunny ICE CREAM Va Gal. Asst. Flavors S«i 59 Shurtreah MARGARINE ^ Lb. Sticks 49* Kltehen Treat POT PIES 5 $4 00 For 1 79* 39* Red Rip* CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES, Pint Large, Crisp CELERY Each California *k««j«« SWEET POTATOES 3/*1 °° Fresh _ f< _ _ GREEN ONIONS 5/*1 °° Russet POTATOES 20Lb.Bag *1 6 * Potger'a Limit 1 with SIS Purchase COFFEE Asst. Grinds Neatea INSTANT TEA. 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Stop by snd hsvo a Ires Blu* Bunny los Cream • Dlst Pepsi Sample and toll us what you want to ass dons or what naw Itsms you want available. Ths Ashton's Family Is onos again trying hardsr to be your Aahton's Supermarket — Ths People Plesslna Plsoel

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