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Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1982, Salina, Kansas Hp1 sunday 1 1 be journal Home edition 50 cents Kansas november 1982 111th year 325 74paaes Chancellor nightly news More Complex by Mary to Prochazka education writer Lindsborg he admits Hes a Middle aged and not a fancy with the same ease he he loves his he wishes lbs and Abc would Stop projecting election win ners before some citizens have cast and explains he May be old wanting to wait for the farm he defends the tendency for to newscasters to Analyse everything anyone else explaining that news information is simply very he should Hes John Chan former Abc nightly news an Chorman and current Abc news who was bitten by the journalism Bug when he joined the Chicago Sun times As a cop boy 34 years the 55yearold Chicago native was in Lindsborg saturday night As the first speaker at Bethany colleges Johnson Synod Centennial lecture he addressed area reporters at a press conference before his lec television has changed enor Mously since he joined Abc in Chancellor not Only has technology meant news is delivered but news it self has grown More he the world is infinitely More complicated now than it was even when i began As an Anchorman in he explaining Why he believes its important to Analyse and explain the the army Veteran May want people to watch Abc nightly but he Doest want them to Stop sub scribing to its not Wise for people to depend totally on network news for All their see Page 3 thoughtful pose John Chancellor ponders the answer to a reporters question during a news conference before his address at Bethany College journal photo by shh in Lindsborg saturday Chancellor later was the inaugural speaker at the colleges new John so Synod Centennial lecture news dominates newsman speech by Linda Mower Denning great Plains editor Lindsborg the subject was Power its Transfer in the soviet Union its limitation in the United you i heard once there was an old joke Man exploits Man under capitalists and under communists its just the other Way John Chancellor i dont believe this i think there is an enormous difference in the two weve got our but what there having is a hell of a lot a journalist and commentator for More than three de was at Lindsborg Bethany College saturday night to begin the schools Johnson Synod Centennial lecture combining dry humor with Many years of observation and talked about the death of soviet president Leonid Brezhnev and the election of Yuri Andropov As head of the communist party Cen trial the newsman said the Transfer of soviet Power to Andropov was shrouded by a round of Uncer he said that uncertainty could mean no one Man will have Power in the there will be a collective leadership with watching each Chancellor said the soviet Union has a history of Messy transfers see Page 3 Reagan Trade restraints pose threat to peace by times news service Washington president Reagan sought saturday to still growing de mands for Protection of Domestic industries in the United states and eur saying that government restrictions on free Trade ultimately posed a threat to reagans made in a nationally broadcast radio came on the eve of next weeks meeting of the worlds Trade ministers in free Trade serves the cause of eco nomic Progress and it serves the cause of world the president when governments get too involved in economic costs increase and political disputes peace is reagans comments came against a backdrop of a worldwide exceptionally High unemployment in Many countries and efforts by the countries to save jobs and ailing industries by blocking foreign compete especially from with the unemployment rate in the United states the highest since the end of the Many leading democrats and Trade Union officials have urged enactment of Strong protectionist next weeks economic ministerial meeting in Geneva is to Convene at that for the first time in nine ministers representing the 88 members of the general agreement on tariffs and Trade will gather in Geneva to try to set up proce dures to begin eliminating barriers to free but because of the state of their economies and the political a peal of the Outlook for such an Accord is widely considered to see Page 2 Bede Iling state of Economy draws fiery Jab from president Washington up presi Dent warming up for his weekly radio joked sat urday the Economy is a hell of a the comment came As Reagan gave technicians a sound level be fore his five minute address from the presidential Retreat at Camp on the subject of International my fellow Ive talked to you on a number of occasions about economic problems and opportunities our nation Reagan Reading the first few lines of his prepared he then and i am prepared to Tell its a hell of a Reagan were not connected to the press room Are we but in Reagan was coming in loud and Clear to the White House press reporters heard it and at least one tape re Corder was it was not the first a lib by Reagan before his weekly and on one he warmed up with a comment that the military leaders in Poland were a Bunch of no Lousy today is the 325th Day of 1982 with 40 to William Pioneer american army was born also on this Date in history in Thomas Edison announced the invention of what he called the talking machine in nazi forces occupied the Western regions of Czechoslovakia and declared All people in those areas German in president John Ken Nedy was greeted by cheering crowds in san Houston and fort with no portents of the tragedy to befall him As his motorcade moved through Dallas the following inside Bob editorial Page state drubs Colorado bowl Page Christmas sales Outlook is Page retiring in Page Vern Lambert is Norton very own Page great living on the weather Kansas partly Cloudy today and tonight with Bighi 45 to 60 Northwest to around 80 in the extreme lows tonight in the 20i Northwest to the upper 80s Cloudy and turning colder on monday with a Chance for Light Snow or flurries highs in the mid us North West to near 60 in the extreme firefighters douse Ems merger through informal poll by Ben wearing staff writer if informal balloting conducted by Salinas fire department is any a majority of Salinas firefighters Are against the pro posed absorption of Saline county emergency medical service by the when firefighters on the departments first shift were asked two weeks ago to vote yes or whether they favored the reportedly Only four people voted if Salinas City commission agrees to the Merg firefighters would be trained As emergency medical and Ems personnel would be trained As the commission is set to discuss the merger at a focus session begin Ning at monday at government although several firefighters contacted by the Salina journal on the departments other two shifts said they were told would be Al Lowed to the balloting was choked off after the first i dont think they could get 15 votes for the one firefighter i dont know very Many Guys who Are for fire chief Dave Robertson said the voting was not stopped because it was overwhelmingly against the but because the poll was very poorly the reason it was stopped at that Point and went no further was that we realize immediately related Story on Page 3 that there was no formal approach to it the Ball Robertson in that poll when it became obvious we had done a very poor Job of approaching we just dropped it at that theres no sense in even trying to continue something that obviously was done wrong to Start Why continue an error Robertson said he asked shift one Jerome Schmidt to Check his people and see How they that was a mistake on my Robertson because i have no idea of How he approached and for All i could have walked out and How Many Are against it i have no idea of How it was and at that Point whoa right until we can Structure the question until everyone can answer it precisely the same Robertson said written questions formulated by him and his staff would have been a proper for the polls results would have been used Asad Dit ional data for the proposed Robertson Robertson said he has no plans to poll his men i dont really think not at this late of a at a 8 City commission focus Robertson said that he believed his men generally supported the despite the unofficial vote on shift Robertson says proper balloting would sustain that in sure they Are behind the if the poll were correctly he i think you would find that the fire department is Gener ally behind when informed of the abbreviated balloting at the fire Ems director Don White agreed to allow his employees to vote on the pro posed the printed question on the ballot asked Ems personnel to vote for or against the the vote was 87 Robertson said that initially opposed the i think what weve got is a very conservative which Kansas is known he fire chiefs and fire officers Are very reluctant to i can guarantee you this if i ask everyone in Are you for or against i would get every body to say in against i can guarantee you see Page 3 denies Iraq claim of arms Sale to iranians by times news service Washington the state depart ment again denied saturday an iraqi charge that the United states was col luding in the Sale of arms to a Carolyn we have maintained a firm policy of not approving the Sale or Transfer of american military equipment and sup plies to either administration officials have said that the iranians have been Able to use Large amounts of american military equipment already stockpiled in vast amounts by the the americans have also acknowledged that Israel has against Ameri can military equipment to Iran that is compatible with american but the officials is receiving arms mainly from countries like Syria and North in get their weapons from the soviet the United states has been under pressure from saudi Arabia and Jor Dan to loosen up on its arms embargo to allow them to ship american made equipment to but Washington has officials have United states policy in regard to the Ira Iraq War has been Clear and consistent since the outbreak of Hostil the state department the policy enunciated when Iraq forces entered Iran remains our policy the United states supports the Independence and territorial integrity of both Iraq and Iran As Well As that of the other states in the in keeping with our policy world we oppose the Leisure of territory by we see the continuation of the As we have repeatedly As a danger to the peace and Security of All nations in the Gulf Region and there fore consistently have supported an immediate ceasefire and a negotiated the iraqi Tariq who is a Deputy said the United states was encouraging friends and allies to sell arms to he said they included West Germany and Aziz said in an interview that he had conveyed his accusations to Geoffrey a staff member of the National Security Walesa visits prelate plans Public appearance Alvin a member of the mennonite i Auter Coua wire for rum from burned fencing in the 11 Range fire in West Ern Saline mennonite volunteers hive been helping with Poe fire Salvage oper More pictures Are on Poland up solid Arity Leader Lech Walesa met with archbishop Jozef Glemp saturday in the former Union chiefs first trip out Side Gdansk since his release from 11 months of there was no word of the subject of the meeting Between Walesa and the roman Catholic Pri mate of Poland who had personally appealed for the release of the Solidarity the last reported meeting Between the two men took place four Days be fore martial Law was imposed on 13 and Walesa was taken into deter aides would not say whether the meeting had any connection with a television report that Security agents had tried to smear Walesa by showing sexually compromising Pic tapes and documents to Church the Henryk a less Parish said the labor Leader was expected to attend a special mass at his Briglda Church in Gdansk during which a special workers Banner would be the religious ceremony would be Walesa first Public appearance in his Hometown since his return last wearing a Gray suit with a Black Madonna badge in its Lapel and carrying a Bunch of looked serious when he left Glymps Palace in Warsaw old town shortly after Glemp has criticized martial Law pol As on his arrival shortly before he refused to make any statement on the which included lunch with but he smiled and flashed the v for Victory sign As he drove off with Jan Kowski in the priests White Mercedes Walesa was driven to the downtown Home of another adviser who was accompanying lawyer Wladystaw the group spent several hours before heading for Walesa stopped at the episcopate office to try to see powerful episcopate Secretary archbishop Brorlslaw but Church sources said the meeting did not take

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