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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - April 6, 1990, Aiken, South Carolina Sports South Aiken Downs Aiken in baseball Page 3binside Standard introduces entertainment Section the Aiken standards first entertainment Section can be found in today a edition. The Section will be published each Friday. Today a Section includes such stories As what a coming up at the Carolina coliseum a review of the movie a teenage mutant ninja turtles a billboard charts and top video sales and rentals. The Section appears on Page Quick read Reserve expected to draw eco tourists new York a an amazonian nature Reserve the size of Connecticut could become an important tourist attraction helping to show third world countries they can make More Money saving forests than logging them conservationists say. Hie Tambo Pata Candamo Reserve in a Remote nearly uninhabited Amazon Valley has among the highest numbers of rare and exotic Birds and animals of any area in the world said Charles Munn an ornithologist with wildlife conservation International in new York. Set aside As a Reserve the Park could help promote a a ecotourism As a Means for third world nations to profit from their wilderness areas without destroying them Munn said. Skull Back with body 66 years later Pamplico apr after spending 66 years in the custody of the Horry county clerk of court in Conway a Skull used As evidence in a 1921 murder Case will be reunited with the remains of one of the victims. Dora Bigham and four other members of her family were shot to death at their Home near Florence on Jan. 15, 1921. The mass murder has become a source of pee Dee folklore and intrigue. The murders also spawned two books a the last of the Bighams a and a the piece of the foxes decreasing Clouds Clouds will be decreasing tonight. The Low will be in the 40s. Tomorrow will be sunny and Cool. The High will be in the 60s. The lows will be in the 30s. Please see Page 2b for Tashanda. Bethea Barnwell Wiley fail Langley Arthur a. Foreman Aiken Roy Jackson Columbia Mary Pew Bath Patricia Roberts Barnwell Raymond Usry Augusta please see Page 2b for today Bridge. Calendar. Classifieds. Comics. Crossword. Crypt quote. Dear Abby. Entertainment Horoscope. Local front. Obituaries. Opinions. Sports. Television. Weather. ,.5c 11b .3c ,.7b .7c .4c ,.6b .1c ,.6b .1b .2b ,.4a ,.3b ,.6b ,.2b Friday april 6, 1990 25 Aiken South Carolina a a a a a a a a a vol. 123, no. 96 committed to you daily new Ellenton to get Jeda sewer loan by Carl Langley staff writer new Ellenton the South Carolina jobs economic development authority has approved $4 million in funding for a new Wastewater treatment facility trunk lines and collection system for new Ellenton. A letter notifying mayor Randy w. Shaw of the approval was received by the town thursday. David b. Roper jr., senior Public finance analyst for Jeda said the approval was made by the state water resources coordinating Council. New Ellenton and the Cedar Creek residential development Are cooperating in a joint sewage venture that it will serve a Low income area in the town As Well As the Banks Mill Road Complex. Cedar Creek will furnish a site for a treatment Plant and the treated waste will be disposed of through land application. The sewage project is expected to increase development potential in an area stretching from South Aiken to new Ellenton. In the letter to the mayor Roper notified the town that the approval is contingent upon it obtaining approval from the governors office and the department of health and environmental control. Dec and the governor must sign onto a 208 facilities plan designating the City of new Ellenton As a provider of sewer services. Roper said the City a processing of the 208 plan must be completed by May i. Also the town must submit an audited financial statement for the fiscal years 1988 and 1989, with the same deadline As the 208 plan. Roper told the mayor that the town and its Bond counsel will be provided with further information and instructions following a meeting of the South Carolina resources authority next week. Couple of masters rookies scorch Augusta National by Michael Shady sports editor Augusta a the 1990 masters May be Only 18 holes old but this certainly was not supposed to happen. Bob Jones or Alister Mackenzie could have never a not even in their wildest of dreams a foreseen the beating their beloved Augusta National course a would take in thursdays first round of the masters. And to add insult to injury it was administered by no less than a couple of first timers. On a course that prides itself on the importance of a local knowledge a Mike Donald and John Huston two pros who had never played in this tournament before treated the National As if it were just your Basic Chip and putt. Donald fired an 8-under-Par 64 to become the surprising first round Leader bettering Huston who merely carded a 66, by two strokes. A fall i can say is this is the round of my life a said Donald who tied the record for Low first round set by Lloyd Mangrum in 1940. A i dreamed about playing Augusta and to shoot 64 my first time a As a kid i used to think about playing Augusta but i never shot 64.�?� Donald posted eight birdies during his bogey free round five coming on the front nine. After sinking a 35-foot Birdie putt on no. 4, a putt that Donald said made him feel a like id won the tournament a Donald birdied four of the front sides final five holes including a 46-Yard Chip in on no. 9, to make the turn at 31. Donald who was tied for the first round Lead in the 1984 . Open at winged foot then added birdies at nos. To 12 and 15. He passed along most of the credit to his Caddy Billy Harmon who usually works for Jay Haas. A the was a big help a said Donald. A i have done it without him. In Mas Happy for Billy As i am for Huston also cruised through his round without a bogey scoring six birdies in Quot i played extremely Well today. I Felt i had control of a Mike Donald eluding a 15-footer on no. 18 after his tee shot went into the Trees. A i did no to really hit a bad enough shot where i had to struggle a said Huston who qualified for his first masters with a Victory in this years Honda classic. A i never had a Par putt Over six feet. A i played extremely Well today. I Felt i had control of some semblance of decency was restored when Peter Jacobsen who has played the Augusta National before grabbed sole Possession of third place with a 5-under-Par 67. Bill Britton stood alone in fourth with a 68, followed by George Archer Ray Floyd Curtis strange Larry Mize Bernhard Langer Bill Glasson and jumbo Ozaki All of whom Are at 2-under-Par 70. Defending Champion Nick Faldo carded a 71 along with last years runner up Scott Hoch. Clemson a Chris Patton the current . Amateur Champ also finished at 71. Scores of other notables Are Jack Nick Laus at even Par 72, Rookie Robert Gamez at 73, seve Ballesteros and Mark Calca Vecchia at 74, Tom Kite at 75, Greg Norman at 78 and Paul Azinger at 80. Jacobsen in what seemed to be the trend of the Days leaders also survived 18 holes of the National without a single bogey. Birdies at nos. 2, 3, 7, 12 and 13 gave Jacobsen his 67 with his longest putt being 15 footers at the 3rd Hole for Birdie and the 18th to save Par. A i was very relaxed a said Jacobsen. A i Felt i could play Well. Putting has been a Strong part of my game the last couple see couple page8a committee Doe practices Lack clarity uniformity by buddy Waller staff writer . Department of Energy orders about safety and health practices at the Savannah River site Lack clarity and uniformity according to a new committee responsible for oversight of the nations nuclear weapons Complex. In a March 8 letter to Energy Secretary James d. Watkins the defense nuclear facilities safety Board noted that in its preliminary review of the Content of does safety and health directives to sri it found a a Large degree of variability in the level of detail a a a level of specificity much less than is found in nuclear regulatory commission requirements applied to commercial nuclear facilities a a a Lack of uniformity among such orders As to whether they Are mandatory no mandatory or referenced for information a a a number of Doe orders embodying safety requirements. In draft form with substantial uncertainty As to when or in what form they finally will be the in feb said in the letter that its initial efforts concentrated on Content a not enactment a of the safety and health orders. A also the Board is not certain that it has seen All applicable Doe standards As they apply to health and safety at sri a the letter said. To address this problem the panel said Emde should specify the health and safety standards it believes apply to construction operation and decommissioning of Srsa Snow Idle nuclear reactors. A p and l reactors a the nations sole producers of tritium a radioactive Gas used in . Nuclear weapons a shut Down in 1988 for equipment and management improvements. A reactor is scheduled to restart late this year with p and l reactors following at three month intervals. Once Doe has specified these standards it should a provide its views on the adequacy of the standards. For protecting Public health and safety a the in feb said. Additionally Doe should a determine the extent to which the standards have been implemented at sri a the Board recommended. Eventually the panel said Doe should do the same specification and clarification of its health and safety orders for each of its nuclear weapons installations. President Bush takes up Lithuania with Shevardnadze jobless rate Falls to 5.2 percent % Washington a the nations unemployment rate fell to 5.2 percent last month though the Economy created Only 26,000 jobs the lowest gain in four years the government said today. The nations manufacturing slump continued with a loss of 30,000 factory jobs in March the labor department said in releasing the unemployment report the first comprehensive look at economic activity for the month. That brought manufacturing Job losses to 100,000 since november and 250,000 Over the past year the department said. Most analysts had been predicting that the Economy would produce around unemployment 170,000 new jobs last month. The 26,000 new jobs was the fewest produced since june 1986 when 110,000 jobs were lost the government said. More than 350,000 each were produced in january and february. The governments household Survey said total employment Rose slightly in March to 118.3 million and that the labor Force edged up to about 124.8 million. By the associated press Washington a soviet concessions on Germany and the Middle East set the stage for president Bush to take up the tense situation in Lithuania with soviet foreign minister Eduard a. Shevardnadze today in a bid for further superpower reconciliation. A Summit Agenda geared to arms control accords and . Help for the sickly soviet Economy also were up for discussion in Shevardnadze a third and final Day of talks Here. Despite some Tough soviet actions in the Baltic Bush on thursday scheduled his second Summit with soviet president Mikhail s. Gorbachev for May 30 to june 3. White House spokesman Marlin Fitz water said the president would express his concerns a forcefully and directly to the soviet Leader. Shevardnadze was Likely to get a preview from Bush in a Call at the White House today. He also was meeting with Secretary of state James a. Baker Iii in an Effort to Clear away obstacles to a Trio of arms control accords and set the stage for the Washington Summit. The Outlook brightened thursday at the state department As the two sides broke new ground on Germany and the Middle East. Accepting the principle of unifying East and West Germany the soviets edged away from their demand that the merged country be neutralized . And soviet officials said. In another potential breakthrough the soviets said they would consider restoring diplomatic relations with Israel and permitting the direct flight of jewish see president Page 8a a laser photo masters Leader Mike Donald drives on no. 14 during first round play of the masters thursday at the Augusta National Golf club. Donald was the Leader in thursdays play with an eight under Par 64

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