The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 6, 1985 · Page 2
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People The Salina Journal Saturday, April 6,1985 Page 2 WHALE OF A SHARK — on a whale or a shark, so Randy Warren, 20, Calves- combined a hammerhead ton, Texas, puts the finishing shark's body with a whale's touches on his life-size sand tail, sculpture. He couldn't decide Murray does have cause to smile HONOLULU (AP) — Arthur Murray, the bossa nova king and television's stone-faced waltz merchant, marked his 90th birthday Thursday with a cold glance at death and a good-humored dare: "Make me smile." With age, Murray has bent a degree or two from vertical. He is trim and physically fit but no longer JJF> , "N^j^ .1 the poker-backed figure who demonstrated the tango, the rhumba, the bossa nova and the cha-cha with wife Kathryn on "The Arthur Murray Party." He sees the beginning of his tenth decade as no cause for rejoicing. "You get nearer the grave,"' he said. "Make me smile," he dared the photogra-, pher. s Murray does smile. Within his penthouse is a Murray multimillion-dollar art collection; outside is a sweeping view of Waikiki Beach. It's a long way from the the Lower East Side of New York where he was born of poor immigrant parents from Austria. Starting with one dance studio at the age of 18, he built a nationwide chain of 500 studios, developed a television show which lasted off and on for 11 years, then managed a $15 million investment portfolio. He still dances and he swims in the Pacific Ocean. 'Grizzly* sentenced, gets probation LOS ANGELES (AP) - "Grizzly Adams" television star Dan Haggerty is to have surgery for a cancerous mole on his shoulder, his lawyer said as Haggerty was sentenced to 90 days in jail for selling cocaine. Superior Court Judge Aurelio Munoz also gave Haggerty three year's probation, ordered him to do 200 hours of community service and to undergo periodic drug testing. Haggerty, 41, was convicted March 8 of selling an eighth of an ounce of cocaine to undercover police. Haggerty said he has been unable to get work in Hollywood because or the Dan Haggerty case. Gibb battles cocaine RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. (AP) Pop singer Andy Gibb is making "extraordinary progress" in treatment for a cocaine habit that has troubled him for several years, his publicist says. Gibb, twice nominated for Grammy awards and the youngest brother of the Gibbs brothers' group, "The Bee Gees," acknowledged in 1982. that he became heavily involved in drugs and dropped his career after breaking up with "Dallas" TV star Victoria Principal. Gibb, 27, decided to enter the Betty Ford Rehabilitation Center two weeks ago. Andy Gibb No more tours planned by Prince, Prince NEW YORK (AP) - Prince, the Academy Award-winning rock star, will quit touring when his current 32-city swing winds up on Sunday, his manager announced Thursday. Prince's April 7 concert at Miami's Orange Bowl "will be his last live appearance for an indeterminate number of years," Steve Fargnoli, said. The statement said nothing about Prince's plans for records, tapes or movies. The singer won an Oscar last month for best original score for his movie, "Purple Rain." The album of the same name has been a top seller. Spacious pants filled for $500 GREECE, N.Y. (AP) - Ken Butcher admits he's no Cinderella, but after all, he didn't have to wedge his beefy foot into a magic slipper. Instead, the rotund Butcher won a $500 wardrobe for filling out a pair of extra-spacious pants on display at a new store for big, tall and short men. The charcoal-gray trousers are size 76, meaning they have a waistline of 6 feet, 4 inches. "Bid I feel like Cinderella? No, I felt like King Kong," he said. "When I got to the door, I didn't have to introduce myself, that's for sure." Butcher, 42, an unemployed truck driver who Lives in the Utica suburb of Clark Mills, is 5-feet-9 and says he weighs about 500 pounds. He said the Justin Scott clothing store in the Rochester suburb of Greece is "beautiful" because it has the clothing that large people want to buy. Pentagon cuts off General Dynamics It your Salina Journal la not delivered by 7:00 a.m., please call your carrier or the Circulation Department at 823-63M (1*0-112-7606, 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. WASHINGTON (AP) - The Pentagon announced Friday it has decided to stop all payments to the General Dynamics Corp. for work on weapons contracts until it recovers $154 million identified in a new audit as excess claims. Since General Dynamics collects an estimated $700 million a month for the work it performs on various weapons, it will take the Pentagon less than a month to recover the disputed claims. The Defense Department decision was disclosed in a one-page memorandum issued to reporters late in the day. Phone calls to General Dynamics' office seeking comment went unanswered. In its statement, the Pentagon also disclosed that General Dynamics submitted a list of proposed changes in its internal billing procedures last week. Even though the money will be recovered in less than a month, the Pentagon is going to continue withholding claims relating to current administrative expenses until certain conditions are met. The memorandum follows the disclosure on Thursday that Pentagon auditors had identified $154 million worth of excess overhead claims in a special audit ordered by Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger. Weinberger ordered that audit at the same time he imposed a 30-day suspension on all overhead payments to General Dynamics. Both actions followed congressional testimony during which it was disclosed the firm had submitted claims for such things as the cost of boarding an executive's dog at a kennel, country-club expenses and questionable travel costs. Spokesman Michael I. Burch, in disclosing the audit results.on Thursday, had noted the payment freeze ordered by Weinberger had cost General Dynamics roughly $30 million over the past month. That "leaves an owed balance of $124 million," Burch said. "Under the circumstances," the memo states, "the department has determined to withhold additional amounts from the contractor pending satisfactory resolution of these open items. "The total additional amount to be withheld for this purpose is $154 million. The general and administrative expenses withheld over the past 30 days will be netted against this sum. The additional withholding will be made against current billings submitted by the contractor until the total has been reached." The Pentagon says that of General Dynamics' monthly payments, roughly $670 million is for work actually performed on new weapons such as Trident submarines. The remainder is to cover administrative and overhead expenses. Even though it soon will recover the entire disputed $154 million, the Pentagon said it will continue the freeze on administrative payments until certain conditions are met. . General Dynamics, which in fiscal 1983 was the nation's largest defense contractor, builds all the Navy's Trident missile-firing submarines, most of its attack subs, Army tanks, F-16 jet fighters, and Tomahawk cruise missiles. Easter Day Buffet Sunday, April 7 — 11 a.m.-2 p.m. » Includes: Choice of Salads Roast Cornish Game Hens Beef Bourguignon Baked Ham Deep Fried Shrimp Potatoes (Scalloped or Rice Pilaf) Choice of Vegetables Choice of Desserts Hot Rolls & Butter Adults Children (8 and under) $£95 Ramacla Seafood Restaurant Located In Crossroads Rooms North and South 1951 N. 9th 823 Open 6:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. 119 S. SANTA FE 913/823-2256 PHOTO COMPRNV INC SALINA. KS 67401 SINCE 1928 Save up to 3 on quality devek and by KODAK Order developing and printing by Kodak of your KODACOLOR VR Film See us for details Hurry! Offer runs 4-1-85 through 4-20-85. See how good your prints can really be... Ask for quality processing by Kodak. Askfw — North — 500 S. Broadway Next to Kmart — South — 2530 S. 9th Next to Wal-Mart Open Mon.-Sat. 9am-10pm, Sun. 10am-7pm Attention Food 4 Less Shoppers Please shop early as we will be closed Easter Sunday so our employees can spend time with their families. Thank You For Shopping Food 4 Less® CALHOUN'S IS COMMITTED TO YOUR . BASIC NEEDS 365 DAYS A YEAR W^^v NOW you and your family will never again have to wait for a sale on your L/^Bl^, basic needs. At Calhoun's we have them specially priced all year long. lElTS 1 T.ADIES'' n'l Mtnhitun Niturll S/S Reg. $16.00 L/S Reg. $11.00 The Salina Journal P.O. Boi 778 Zip Cod* 67401 Published seven days a week. 365 days per year at 333 S. 4th. Salina. Kansas, by- Salina Journal, Inc. i USPS «W>601 Fred Vandegrift. President and Publisher Harris Rayl. Editor Second-class postage paid at Salina, Kansas. Additional mailings made from Hays and Colby Kansas. Founded February 16,1871 Department Heads Executive Editor: Kay Berenson Photo Editor: Fritz Mendell. Advertising: Jane Glenn, sales manager. ' Jim Pickett. production manager. Circulation: Mike AKers, manager. Norbert l.aue. mail foreman. Production: Kenneth Ottley, r-'jmposmg foreman. Howard (iruber, press (ori'man. Business: Hhonda Kelley. 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