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Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1989, Salina, Kansas
116th year 29 Kansas sunday january Bush has easy time first week president Hast faced Tough choices Washington a George Bush was a Dynamo of getting to work staying late and say ing there were no surprises to wipe the smile of his on the other he didst have to make any Tough decisions in his first week As no one is naive enough to assume that what we think has been a Good Bush two Days will define the Days Between now and but it i the kind of Quality that could be said White House chief of staff John it was a brisk firs week Bush delighted congressional leaders of both parties with a meet ing that sparked talk of a Honey he called dozens of foreign he scheduled trips Over the next month to China and South he stressed ethics in he met with the press three he went jogging and turned up at the Washington the state department and Constitution while refusing to draw a compar Ison with the Handoff style of Ronald a White House official said one of the most interesting aspects of the first week was that Bush demonstrated a curiosity about what was Hes poked his head into several staff people to ask what there do to see How projects Are said the most of the people on the by the end of the had received a note of one kind or another from him that either told of a phone Call he had made on a subject of their interest or asked about a project in their area or somehow identified he was involved in a project they were working up before the new president was in the Oval office around each Day and stayed until after 6 most its been a easy Bush said Friday at a fast moving news and i expect it will change dramatically in the Days suffering from a cold that left him Bush if it we rent for the cold smile and enjoy it while you because i can already you looking Forward to a Little More Little More confrontation out the news conference provided a Sharp contrast Between the styles of Bush and for his infrequent meetings with Reagan studied briefing papers and Sample questions for Days and then held at least two dress rehearsals with his sometimes Bush was among those in the audience to critique the at the news Reagan often seemed ill at and the sessions often turned out to have Little news a Veteran of More than two see Page 11 inside living on the weather Kansas Cloudy this morning with fog in the Clearing in the West by highs in the mid to upper 40s in the Southwest and around 40 in the Clear West and partly Cloudy East lows near 20 Northwest and in mid30s South sunny and warmer highs near 60 Southwest to the Low 50s in the photos by Scott will lot this Aerial taken shows Mary mount Northwest of the intersection of Iron Avenue and Mary mount the Salina country club is at the far tradition Hurt Mary mount Byala Stolfus staff writer the one two punch that staggered the Kansas Economy in late 1985 and Early 1986 May prove to be the death blow for Mary mount during that agriculture hit Rock Bottom and the Oil Industry took a nose dive that severely checked the states Al though the Oil Industry is still de the farm Economy has shown signs that the worst is be had showed signs of recovery from those years of sagging donations and enrol but what the school May never recover from Are the rumours that surfaced then that time was running out for the 66yearold Pri vate Catholic Liberal arts when Mary mount officials solicited gifts from Large donors during a Las ditch fund drive last year to Chuck Budke paints one of several fundraising thermometers that will be placed in save the the donors could not Overlook the persisting current and former Mary mount officials even a million gift from the most George Bishop of the Salina Catholic to Anchor the million dedication fund could not dispel the when people were not excited about it caused us some con said Joe Mary mounts former executive director of institutional compounding the rumours was the absence of a tradition of giving to the that absence was one blow of Many for Mary mount is scheduled to close june 30 because Fitzsimons and the diocese can no longer afford to support Mary mount with its million debt and Vij million annual a Las ditch Effort the Only Hope now for the school is an Effort by students and staff who Hope to raise million by 20 to use As a bargaining Chip with the known As the forever Mary mount also plans to solicit Large donors to give to the schools endowment after it raises the million and unveils a plan for operating the so the Campaign has raised in pledges and most everyone connected to the school Hopes the Campaign Suc but Mary mount officials know How hard it will be to raise that much i Hope the kids Are successful and they Force the Board to reconsider the said Board of trustees chairman John Farmer Fanner is at peace with himself about the be cause he believes the Board did everything it could to save the trustees to blame but now director of development at Lawrence Catholic see Page 3 soviets had nuclear warheads in Cuba by the new York times Moscow soviet officials disclosed saturday for the first time that in the 1962 cuban mis Sile soviet nuclear War Heads had already been deployed in Cuba and could have been launched at american cities within a few the revelation by a senior soviet military expert came in a conference that for the first time brought together the top level american and cuban officials involved in the Caribbean one of the Sergi son of the late soviet Leader Nikita told reporters sat urday that the 20 warheads in Cuba were never attached to the but that could have been done very even in event of an american invasion or air soviet officers in Cuba had no orders to use the said who at the time was an Engineer specializing in soviet the october 1962 showdown Between president Kennedy and Khrushchev Over the soviet at tempt to install a nuclear missile Force in Cuba is widely regarded As the closest the world has come to nuclear the today conference was the first such encounter involving important figures in the Bush administration agrees to put foes of abortion in key positions Washington a plans to place staunch anti abortionists in top posts at the health and human ser vices department could pow Erful effect on family fetal research and other key say activists on the abortion just about any j abortion Issue that has to do with the medical delivery system will touch has in some Fash Douglas Johnson of the National right to life committee Humphrey said last week following an agree ment to ensure Strong antiabortion representation in the departments top the agreement from the adminis abortion protesters were Active again saturday As they disrupted see Page ration came in response to concern among antiabortion lawmakers that president Bush nominee for health and human services Louis could be lacking in antiabortion theres no office aside from the presidency that More influential in advancing the right Tolifey said Gordon a fervent advocate of outlawing a Orrin r and Vin struck a Deal last week with the White House they would agree to sullivans nomination and Bush would fill other top slots at the Agency with abortion White House chief of staff John Sununu later said Sullivan had recommended Constance head of the office of personnel Man As department under James director of the centers for disease was sullivans Choice for assistant Secretary for a position that oversees the National institutes of among other both Are Well known As foes of Sununu administration sources also said Kay a former spokeswoman for the National right to life com see Page 11 Afghanistan in chaos As soviets near leaving states Mark Dobbins looks to pass saturday while being guarded by Kus Milt Dobbins and the wildcats won a in see Page marriages Are solemnized during yet and Flowers help couples achieve this for see weddings 88 in today Afghanistan a an embassy that plans to remain open after the soviets leave fortified itself with steel plates and a rebel Leader claimed soviet warplanes were bombing villages and killing hundreds of under a United nations the soviets have until 15 to end their nine year intervention in but diplomats said the withdrawal should be completed within a which serves As a Refuge for More than 1 million said its embassy will remain and workers on saturday erected half Inch thick steel plates around the embassy eight foot other moslem and Middle Eastern countries began planning for increased Security around their embassies in the besieged this is not just a concern of the Western said one moslem we could count on the soviets for now we have to figure out what we will do when Treyve the soviets have said they intend to keep their Mission but Moscow East bloc allies were considering most no communist nations have ordered their diplomats to leave Afghanistan by West Germany closed its Mission a week becoming the first nation to do the United states announced thursday that it would with draw its and France and Austria followed italian diplomats have said their government was considering similar two soviet military transport planes carrying about 60 passengers each flew out of Kabul on helicopter gunships escorted the air Craft Over the Snow covered Hills and the planes dropped a Cascade of flares designed to deflect heat seeking missiles fired by the other soviet transport planes airlifted Emer gency food and fuel to the embattled convoys tailed by tanks hauled flour to silos and fuel to gasoline where lines As Long As a half mile began forming before shortages have eased since the soviet Airlift began last but Many some wearing Only Light Cotton clothing and waited for hours in freezing weather for bread and Many went Home without at a news conference in the Paki Stani Burhanuddin chief of the Jamiat islami guerrilla accused the soviets of sending warplanes into Afghanistan to bomb Rabbani appealed to Secretary general Javier Peres de Cuellar to Stop the an afghan Man Waits for fuel and fighting has broken out Over Low
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