The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 7, 1985 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 2

Salina, Kansas
Issue Date:
Sunday, April 7, 1985
Page 2
Start Free Trial

The Salina Journal Sunday, April 7,1985 Page 2 A DOG-EAT-CAT WORLD? — Not really. Claude the dog .,... and Gloria the cat might nor- '.mally be natural enemies, but these are just good buddies. They live in Litchfield, N.Y., with their owners, Steve and Carol Entwistle. AP AP NECKERS — A young giraffe reaches affectionately for an adult at the Dallas Zoo. He is one of three bred at the zoo. A FACE ONLY A MOTHER COULD LOVE — Twiggy, a Chinese Crescent, won an Ugly Dog Contest in Long Beach, Calif. BOVINE BUSS - A Holstein heifer offers a smooch to Brooke Allen, 4, at the Live- stock Auction Co. in Missoula, Mont., during a tour by preschool children. TIPPING THE SCALES - A three-month-old rare Ceylonese sloth bear gets a final weigh-in from keeper Jim Joiner before making its San Diego Zoo debut. Pope leads worldwide Easter celebration By The Associated Press Pope John Paul II, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, shed his purple robes of mourning for joyful white Saturday and lit a candle of "new fire" at an Easter vigil and midnight Mass. In the United States, with blind children hunting mechanically chirping "eggs," inner-city processions and traditional parades and prayer services, American Christians marked the Easter weekend, as Jews gathered for observance of Passover. More than 30,000 people filled St. Peter's Basilica, the largest church in Christendom, for the three-hour ceremony ushering in Easter Sunday, the holiest day of the Christian year. After the pope blessed and set aflame a large white candle symbolizing "the new fire" of divine grace, the faithful lit tiny candles and flood lights illuminated the nave. As the Sistine Chapel Choir sang the joyful strains of the "Gloria," St. Peter's 10-ton bell and church bells throughout Rome began to ring, proclaiming Christ's resurrection. As part of the services, John Paul baptized 10 men and 16 women: Six Japanese, six South Koreans, two each* from China, Italy, Kenya, Senegal and Vietnam and one each from Morocco, Taiwan, West Ger-. many and the pope's native Poland. The ceremony symbolizes the new life of, grace stemming from Christ's sacrifice on the cross. . ' 'Addressing the newly baptized, John Paul said in Italian: "You are a sign of how Christ called his disciples from all the peoples and nations of the earth. You demonstrate the universality of the evangelical message." Today, the pope will celebrate an open-air Mass in St. Peter's Square, deliver his Easter message and give his blessing Urbi et Orbi — to the city (of ftome) and the world. Earlier, the 65-year-old pontiff urged Lebanese Christians to mend their differences and work together to end violences "for the salvation of the country." The Vatican said the message was in a letter to the Maronite patriarch, Cardinal Antoine Pierre Khoraiche. "God does not want the split between Christians to contribute to the endangering of the salvation of Lebanon," the pontiff said. "It makes me worry and suffer to know that the Lebanese people b've with tension and opposition that foster fears and discouragement." Elsewhere, thousands of faithful in Warsaw, Poland, carried baskets of eggs and other food for their Easter meals to Catholic churches to have them blessed by priests. People then waited in hour-long lines that stretched across plazas in the old part of Warsaw to file past religious displays, some with political overtones, at dozens of churches. Meanwhile, New Yorkers put fin- ishing touches on bonnets for Sunday's Easter Parade down Fifth Avenue while their children rolled wooden eggs in an annual event in Central Park. In South Dakota, a cowboy singing group tuned up for Sunday's sunrise service for an estimated 3,000 at Mount Rushmore. Children in the Central Park contest rolled 30 painted wooden eggs "made in 1942 ... by a man in the Works Progress Administration," said John Purvis, director of Manhattan Recreation. "And we haven't lost one in all these years." In Cleveland, about 75 marchers in a Good Friday procession walked through a decaying, crime-ridden section of the city's east side. "We see evidence of the urban suffering our people must endure," said the Rev. Ralph Fotia of Shaffer United Methodist Church. "We believe that on the day we observe the death of Jesus, it is appropriate to be reminded of the suffering of his people in our area of the city." U.S. dairy cows winging to China '• YELM, Wash. (AP) - When Lari ry Schorno rounds 'em up and ;• heads 'em out today it won't be an ; ; ordinary cattle drive. He'll be ridding herd on 200 pregnant heifers | headed for China. i; Schorno said the 240,000 pounds of ^livestock he'll load on a plane bound '( for Canton will be the first shipment !;of Washington cattle to China and I; part of a $4 million order of dairy ,','cows he hopes will make the Chill nese permanent customers of U.S. I, cattle. \ The unique Chinese order is for a ''• total of about 850 head of Holsteins, 'all bound for the state-run Canton r Dairy Products. A January load of 't Minnesota and Wisconsin cows I made up the first shipments of l : American dairy cattle to China, r Schorno said Wednesday, and a sec!• ond load of Washington cattle is to shipped before the end of the • month. The Salina Journal P.O. Boi 770 Zip Cod* 87401 Published seven days a week, 365 days per year at 333 S. <th. Salina, Kansas. by+ Salina Journal, Inc. IUSPS47W60) Fred Vandegrift, President and Publisher Harris Ray), Editor Second-class postage paid at Salina, Kansas. Additional mailings nude (rum Hays and Colby Kansas. Founded February 16,1171 Department Heada Executive Editor: Kay Berenson. Photo Editor: Fritz Mendell. Advertising: Jane Glenn, sales manager. Jim Plckett, production manager. Circulation: Mike Alters, manager. Norbert Laue, mall foreman. Production: Kenneth Ottley, composing foreman. Howard Gniber, press foreman. Business: Rhonda Kelley. Area Code 913 Dial BMJU Unfit copy raUa Dally 25«. Sunday 75< By Carrier + Monthly rate W.OO including sales tax. By Motor Route + Monthly rate W 50 Including sales tax. City Motor Route same as 'By Carrier' rale. Mall subscriptions available In areas not serviced by carrier or motor routes. Send change of address to The'SaUna Journal, P. 0. Box 779, Salina, Kansas 674014779. If your Salina Journal la not delivered by 7:00 a.m., please call your carrier or the Circulation Department at 823-6JU (1-800-O2-7M6, out of town subscribers). Same day delivery, will only be made in response to caUa received prior to 10:00 a.m. In Salina. For other service calls, our Circulation Oept. 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. England, Ireland & Scotland The best of Southern Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England in 15 days. TWA GETAWAY TOUR! July 25-Aug. 8 BUDGET OFFICE FURNITURE STORE IKWIHfM I.'WK Kill/. " Kit* oIKcriy AtLANTCOCfAN Wdteil WUGHAl. Escorted by Bill Pierson 15 Day Tour Includes: •Round trip "Six Dinners air from Wichita »TWA Flight •Super ' Ba 8 Saver ' ' ' Hotels . 'Sightseeing •Continental In All Major Breakfast Cities Daily ' m . u 'European •Touring By Q ui( jg Motorcoach and Ferry Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 8-5 Sat 'til Noon 14o BurgesaSinnCyclery 825-1775 See the famous Blarney Stone, -Waterford Famous Crystal Factory, Edinburgh Castle, Shakespeare's Stratford on Avon, Warwick Castle, Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey anid more. CALL US COLLECT 913 825-0537 TRAYLOR TRAVEL Bring this coupon in and receive 20% off the purchase of any merchandise in our store. Valid through April 30,1985. 126 N. Santa Fe PlantersBank SalllM, KS. 67401 SALINA FAMILY HEALTH & FITNESS FAIR '85 Bicentennial Center APRIL 13 & 14 SATURDAY 9-5 ft Free Health Screenings for Adults and Children ft Health Education # Fitness Demonstrations: Jazzercise, Exercise, Aerobics and Tae Kwon Do ftCPR Course Pre-registration required. Call 827-9376 ft Family Fitness with Richard W. Hicks "Exercise, Do the risks out number the Benefits?" 10am "Exercise, training and children, at what point does coaching become abuse?" l:30pm ti Free Family Swim & Aquacise YWCA 1-2 pm. YMCA Aquacise 10:30 am #Smoky Hill River Gang/ 1024 RSVP SINGERS 3P m SUN DA Y 12-5 Free Health Screenings for Adults and Children ^Health Education #Fitness Demonstrations: Jazzercise, Exercise, Aerobics and Tae Kwon Do #Free Family Swim YMCA 1:30-4:30 ^Srnoky Hill River Gang 2&4 ft RSVP Singers — 3pm #AAarathon-V2 Marathon Pre-register at YMCA Race starts at 7:30 am at YMCA Co-sponsored by Salina/Saline County Health Department & The Salina Chamber of Commerce. icon Conor Society icon Hajari Aitoc iln Foundation »bury Hotpilal ibury/Sl. John* Community Ed. merkan Red Cron AK PreiCnphon Sttop (rfrulgfi* oIKanioi Mental Health Gllien*! Coalition on Drug and Ateh SA Coalition lor prevention ol Child Abule • Saline Cnty. Comm. on Aging Smoky Hill Chpt. Critical Car* Nurtel North Cinlrol Flint Hill Ar*o on Aging American Dlabetet Anoc. Domtitic Violence Aitoc. al C. Koniai Saline County EMS Epllepiy Soc. ol Saline County Hoiplce ol Solma Kanioi Stole Nuriei Aurx. American Lung Aitoc. Sollna M-2 Chpt March ol Dlmet Omni Home Health Core Parent! and Children Together Parent! without Part/ten Wlndiar Eitalet Miditale Rehabilitation Occupational Center of Central KS N. Cent. KS Otlomy Aitoc. Sofina Vo-Teth Denial Aul. Prgm. Saline Dental Society Soli no Dental Auxiliary Soli no Dental Hyg. Attoc. Saltna RSVP Salina Fire Dept. Sallno Joycee Women Sallno SftS Salina SRS Blind Service St, John'* Hoipl lol USD fWS Nunei YMCA VWCA Meali on Wheel* Sotlna Oplemctrie Society Vlto Vlllo Alanon Critli Hotline Salina Family Phyilcion KS Medical Society St. John'i Au ill lory Aibury Auxiliary Cancer Comm, Education Commute* Salina Denial Implant Study Croup Dr. Jomel Suit Emergency Perional Health Card Kt, AMOC. of Sanitarian* Health Care Plu* C.KS Cooperative Saline Co. E*lenilonOHlce Saline Co. Humane Society Sollna Phytltal Therapy Weber, Palmer. • Mocy Nurting Care Auoclalr-t Kenwood View Nulling Center Sun Yi 1 * Academy

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free