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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14.2006 SHUTS ROYALS: Duckworth becomes 12th K.C. starter this season THE HAYS DAILY NEWS B3 CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 Weaver, the Angels' first-round draft pick in June 2004, reduced his ERA to 1.37 and became the second pitcher in franchise history to win his first four major league starts. The other was Bo Belinsky, who won his first five starts in 1962 and finished his rookie season 10-11. Whether that's enough to keep Weaver up here is another story. "I haven't heard one word," the 23-year-old right-hander said. "They've got the Cy Young Award winner coming back, so whatever happens happens. It's not my decision. My job was to make it pretty tough on them to decide, and so far I've done that. But I'm not going to let all the stuff that's been circulating bother me. It just goes in one ear and out the other." Weaver, the younger brother of Angels right-hander Jeff Weaver, struck out five and walked one. He has allowed just four earned JEFF LEWIS / Associated Press Royals baserunner Angel Berroa Is tagged out by Angels second baseman Adam Kennedy on Monday In Anaheim, Calif. runs, 16 hits and four walks in his 261-3 innings of work — and has received a total of 30 runs of support from his teammates. "If I'm the odd man out and I get sent back down, it's just going to make me want to work that much harder to get back up here and stay here for the long haul," Weaver said. Scot Shields pitched a scoreless eighth inning and Francisco Rodriguez did likewise in the ninth for his 15th save in 16 chances, as the last 14 batters for the Royals went down in order. Brandon Duckworth (0-1) allowed two runs and six hits in 5% innings in his Royals debut, striking out six and walking three. The right-hander, obtained from Pittsburgh on Saturday, became the 12th pitcher to start a game for the Royals this season — one more than they used last year. Duckworth is pitching for his third big league team after stints with Philadelphia and Houston. He agreed to a minor league contract with the Pirates on Jan. 5, and won seven of his last eight decisions with their Triple-A Indianapolis club. DWI: Blood CUP: Ward a contender for Conn Smythe Trophy alcoholwas.il CONTINUED FROM PAQE B1 The 21-year-old Redick was released on $1,000 bond shortly after being taken before a Durham County magistrate. He is to appear in court July 17. The arresting officer wrote in his report that Redick had "very glassy eyes, strong odor of alcohol coming from breath." Redick had a blood-alcohol level of 0.11 percent. The legal limit for drivers in North Carolina is 0.08. "J.J. knows he made a mistake and regrets it," Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said in a statement. "He represented the very best in college athletics and exhibited outstanding character at Duke the last four years. He is and will continue to be a credit to the Duke basketball family. As his friend and his coach, he has my total support." Redick finished his career as the leading scorer in Atlantic Coast Conference history He is expected to be a high first-round pick in the NBA draft June 28. On Monday, he canceled a scheduled Wednesday workout with the Orlando Magic, who have the No. 11 pick. Magic spokesman Joel Glass declined to say why Redick backed out. • Redick was arrested soon after 1 a.m. Tuesday when he turned around as he approached a license check point near the Duke campus, Michael said; He pulled into a ; parking lot of an apartment com-' plex after police pursued him. CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1 Every goal matters at this point. While scoring increased dramatically hi the post-lockout NHL, the last two games were more hi line with the clutch-and- grab-and-trap days. Edmonton squeaked out a 2-1 victory in Game 3, the Hurricanes won the next one by the same soccer-like score. The Oilers, in fact, have scored only three goals in the last three games. The goalies have a lot to do with that. Carolina's Cam Ward is one of the leading contenders for the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP, a 22-year-old rookie who is playing with poise and confidence. Edmonton has gotten surprisingly strong play in the last two games from its replacement goalie. Jussi Markkanen, who took over after Dwayne Roloson sustained a series-ending knee injury in the opener, certainly played well enough for the Oilers to win both games in Edmonton. Doug Weight of the Hurricanes said he's not surprised that the scoring tailed off after the Hurricanes pumped in five goals in each of the first two games. "Traditionally, the farther along you get in a series, that's the way it is," Weight said. "The defense toughens up. The goalies step up. There's a lot of blocked shots. Teams are taking less penalties because they know they can't afford to be in the box." The Toy Haulers Are Here! • Space for your toy... and living space for you! • Towable by today's SUVs and half-ton pickups The Keystone Hobbi and the Jayco Octane... Now Available at Harper Camperland! HARPER LLC. 1200 East 10th - Great Bend 620-792-5170 Toll Free 800-6,58:1765 • harpercamperlancl.com If you do not receive your paper by 5:00 p.m. in Hays, 6:00 p.m. outside of Hays, Monday through Friday or by 7:00 a.m. on Sunday ... or if a problem persists and you are unable to work it out with your carrier, we would like to know about it. Please call our Circulation Department at ... 785-628-1081 or Toll Free 800-657-601 7 8:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 7:00 A.M. TO 10:00 A.M. SUNDAY We will do our best to get the problem resolved as quickly as possible. PUBLIC NOTICES As taxpayers and citizens, we have a right to know about decisions and activities of our government. Public notices are legally required publications of certain Important government records and of court proceedings and notifications. Find public notices online at publlcnotlces.hdnews.net. (First published in The Hays Daily News Juno 11, 2006) Augie's Repair And Towing is now holding sealed bid auctions for the following list of vehicles. Vehicle conditions range from Good to Salvage. No warranties are provided with these vehicles and vehicles are sold "as is." Although some vehicles may be provided with titles, the majority will have paperwork for the winning bidder to obtain a title through the Kansas Department of Motor Vehicles. To view the vehicles, stop by Augie's Repair And Towing, 506 Vine St., Hays, KS or visit http://www.augiestowing.com. Flyers are available at Augie's Repair And Towing. Bids may be dropped off, mailed, faxed, or emailed. Please use a bid worksheet to submit your bid. Worksheets are available in flyer packets or online. Bids will be accepted for this auction through 6/23/2006 at 6:00 PM Winning bidders will be notified the following week. Year 1999 1999 1998 1996 1996 1996 1995 1991 1990 1990 1989 1988 1988 1985 1984 1983 1974 Make / Model Color TOYOTA 4RUNNER Silver Pontiac Grand AM SE Silver Ford Explorer Black Pontiac Grand Prix SE Green Freightliner Conv Blue Freightliner FLD120 Gray Ford Taurus Green Mazda MPV White Ford F600 White Buick Century Gray Dodge Diplomat Black CHEVROLET BERETTA Silver GMC Safari Blue Dodge Gray Buick Electra Park Ave Tan GMC C1500 Blu/Slv Chevrolet K20 Blue VIN JT3HN87R6X0238585 1GSNE52E9XC518120 1FMYU24E5WUB81750 1G2WJ52M5TF277656 1FUYDZYB9TP549346 1FUYDSEB2TH658897 1FALP5247SG162021 JM3LV522XM0355717 1FDNF60H3LVA45384 1G4AL54NXL6427827 1B3XM26SXKW305126 1G1LV14W2JE675042 1GKDM15Z9JB529010 2B6HB23T2FK306451 1G4AU69YXEH918525 1GTDC14H1DF702233 CCY244S148407 (Last published in The Hays Daily News June 18, 2006) Jteyoo (Published in The Hays Daily News June 14, 2006) Local Area I Chief Elected Official Board and Local Workforce Investment Board will hold their board meeting Friday, June 16, 2006 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The meeting will take place at the Great Bend Workforce Center, 1025 Main, Great Bend, KS (Kansas Open Meetings Act 75-4317) For^qtiestipnS'.'Of to receive •a;-copy 'of, the "agenda please contact the Local Area I Administrative Office at 620792-7032. 10 Personal Connections •\ 4 Garage I I Sales 12 Lost / Found Strayed 17 Motel/Restaurant Help Wanted 17 Motel/Restaurant Help Wanted ADOPTION-A happily married couple longs to give all the love, warmth & opportunities you want for your baby. Please call Susannah & David at 800-977-8525. Expenses paid. •J-J Sales (B) 2908 BARCLAY. Sat 8am- 1pm. Furniture and lots of misc. (N) 603 N. Washington, Plalnvllle. Sat. 9-4. Lots & lots of items. And Watkln's tasting party. _ ' (A) 3708 THUNDERBIRD Dr. Thurs. 5-8, Fri. 5-8. 2-Famlly. Baby clothes & baby Items. Jr. Buckle clothing size 2 & 4, misc. (C)516E. 18th.Fri. 10-dark& Sat. 8-12. TV, light fixtures, furniture, clothes, baby items, screen door, kitchen & household Items & home decor. 626-1081 4O Special IP Notices ANONYMITY SAFEGUARD If you wish to respond to a Hays Daily News Blind Box advertisement but do not want It to be forwarded to a; particular person or business: (1) Put your letter or resume in an envelope addressed to The Hays Dally News Blind Box number. (2) Place It in another envelope along with the name(s) of the person/company you do not want your response to go to. (3) Address the outer envelope to The Hays Dally News, Attn: Blind Box, P.O. Box 857, Hays, KS 67601. If your response ls to one °' *» places Dated, we will simply discard your'sealed response. Responses cannot be returned as this would violate the confidence of the person/company placing the advertisement. NOTICE The H»yi P«Uy N«vw do»« «ol inve»tlflit» «dv»rtli»ri who pl«f>« adv«rtHfcn«nt» In (C) CORNER OF 18th & Vine. Fri. 3-8 & Sat. 8-10:30. Huge 20+ Family Garage Sale! Large selection of quality items. (D) 1122 CENTENNIAL. Thurs. 6-dark, Fri. 1-dark & Sat. 8-2. DeWalt drill, exercise bike, lots of ladies & children's clothes, dog kennel & bikes. (D) 2504 VIRGINIA. Thurs. 6:30-9 pm & Fri. 6:30-9 pm. Moving Salel Lane leather sofa & loveseat-2-yrs-old, sofa & ottoman, kitchen table & six chairs, full bathroom sets, full sets of bedding-full & queen, lots of home decor, fishing poles, coolers, kids clothes, Jr. clothes, lots of plus size clothes & shoes. 4 4 Garage I I Sales LOST BLACK and grey ticked male German Shorthair Pointer. In Munjor area. Reward. 785-650-7932 or 650-4856. 4 Q Special IO Notices TO GIVE away: wood pallets and shipping crates. Call 785625-2219. 17 Motel/Restaurant Help Wanted MOTEL 6 In Hays needing housekeepers. $6/hr. Apply within at 3404 Vine St. NOW HIRING all positions: servers, bussers & cooks. Stop In to fill In an application at Gella's Diner, 117 E. 11th. APPLY AT Hampton Inn, 3801 Vine for PT night audit, breakfast attendant and front desk clerk. Free employee meals and many benefits. WE'RE OPENING and taking applications for full and part- time cashiers, cooks, dishwasher, janitors, and waitresses-all shifts available! Competitive pay and great benefits Including paid vacations, medical & dental plans, life insurance, safety rewards, referral bonuses + morel Apply at The Bear House Cafe in Bunker Hill 9am-2pm. Restaurant Management needed also! Fax your resume & salary history to 281444-5296 or e-mail glee@sunmart.net. SLEEP INN & Suites is now hiring for all positions, housekeepers, desk clerks, night auditors. Apply in person at 1011 E. 41st. or apply at Comfort Inn & Suites. HAMPTON INN is looking to fill a management position in our housekeeping department. We offer a competitive salary and a great benefit package. Including medical, dental, vision, 401K, vacation pay, and sick leave. Apply in person at 3801 N Vine, Hays. 4 Q Drivers 10 Wanted TRUCK DRIVERS wanted. Will be gone nights. Travel 5 states. 800-920-9105 or 785731-2211. 4 4 Garage I I Sales •J-j Sales 4 4 Garage Sales Get Your Garage Sale Kit And Make Your Event a Success! Each Kit Includes: • 2 Bright 11" x 14" All-Weather Signs • Pre-Priced Labels • Successful Tips for a "No Hassle" Sale • Pre-Sale Checklist • Sales Record Form 785-628-1081 www.hdnews.net 4 o Drivers 10 Wanted 4 O Drivers 10 Wanted 4 Q Drivers 10 Wanted OTR, GREAT Pay, starting .40 cents per mile. Class A CDL req. must have 6 months exp. in last 3 years. Limted openings, call now to earn great money. 785-432-2231 KW TRUCKING, Inc., Osborne, KS. Now hiring full- time OTR drivers. Vacation pay, health insurance, flexible home time, late model equipment. Contact Jim or Lucy. 785-346-2932. WANTED OTR tractor trailer driver, home every weekend, salary negotiable. 785-6502154,785-650-8150. READY-MIX DRIVER, must have medical card, min. Class B CDL (will help to obtain if needed), must be willing to comply with pre-employment drug screening. EOE. Apply at Ellis County Concrete, 1648230th Ave., Hays. 16 Sales Help Wanted Sales Help Wanted NEED DRIVERS: hopper bottom grain trailers. WaKeeney Truck Line, 785-743-6778. OVER THE Road independent contractors to deliver wide load material. No truck to own. Excellent pay. .80/mile plus fuel surcharge plus more. We require a Class A CDL, Clean MVR, Current physical, and two years verifiable over the road experience. Call 785-4256902 or 737-3679. Sales Help Wanted Business is We are looking for 2 more qualified applicants for salespeople Apply in person to Loren HAYS, KANSAS 2917 Vine St., Hays V

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