The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 29, 1998 · Page 52
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 52

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, March 29, 1998
Page 52
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- Grand M3rai.5» : '•' Marajs* ,t --^ "^ ^t^ 'Hibbing S CMrXj St,P| Alber •alrmol -^1 "AMTRAK 8 ANNOUNCES GREAT GETAWAY FARES 2ND PERSON 50% OFF, 3"» PERSON RIDES FREE! Gormen Sandiego" the world's greatest thief, hos been getting away with plenty. This spring, it's your turn. With the new Arntrak* Great Getaway Fares, you buy one full-fare ticket, your companion rides half fare and another travels with you scot- free. With these new, low, one-way fares, traveling with your family or friends has never been more affordable. And, with hundreds of destinations to choose from, where you go is entirely up to you, like big cities, theme YOU BUY A TICKET.. YOUR COMPANION RIDIS HALF PRICI.. parks or Grandma's house. If there are just two traveling, it's still a great value. So don't wait. Seats are limited. Amtrak Great Getaway Fares must be reserved by May 9 for travel March 1- May 21,1998. Speaking of great value, you can order the new special edition CD-ROM game, "Where in America is Carmen Sandiego? The Great Amtrak Train Adventure" by using the coupon below. This spring, get away on Amtrak. For information on fares and reservations, call your travel agent or I'SMMISA'LUIL. AND A THIRD PIRSON RIDIS FRII1 AmtralcJ Order the Amlrok* Carmen Sandiego" CD-ROM game below. r AOBRESS_ CITY _9WE_ FINN »M your otm 1 ! win tm.( ) Endow) It my ch«*(iw«l)l«ioAniW<). PIMM Ml my ( 1VISAM )M«*C«(f ( )Di«anr<( JAmwionExprwi' CM».__ __ •_ ___ •_ ___ • ____ tip OW __ ( __ O « »• m* M* Mi Mann, n*. w, M. m mi, (MM * tti»mr Mm M WMki la Otlvtry. FM «Mt art onm wHy to (MO) S40-7CW Mtua.1. iw-¥?n«rKS»»^ Ifemi mlM**ii K to mi ititidiM], kkxkwD, iM/uihug* Itei. A*««J dwgN o^ I. Fin (to »d *» «i«wwfci«u. N.n*f w M. W Mmdw* Swki, ta*«ti (ditto feta Wil'tonk/Vr W (M* MnkH It Oto, Cin* MMWW ligte, n«)W* taB « W te. f »M »t *i to (^ ^ to d«^ 11*1 i»iw. S^ w« «n^.»% i»Willw m ^ jd* .Uo HONORS Nominate a caring coach W HAT MAKES a coach a winner? Each year, USA WEEKEND honors amateur coaches who nurture and inspire kids. Now we're seeking nominations for 1998. Five honorees will be chosen by a distinguished panel of judges. To enter: • Fill out and send the form below. • Who Is eligible: Amateur coaches affiliated with public and private schools (through high school) and community programs. Judges will consider how long the coach has served, how much time he or she devotes to kids beyond the requirements of the job, and whether the coach emphasizes sportsmanship over winning. • Each honoree will receive $500 for his or her team or a favorite charity, ca SUSA WEEKEND MOST CARING COACH Mail this form, along with a description of the coach (keep it to 250 words). Give examples of his or her caring qualities and activities in the past year. Type or print neatly. You may include newspaper clippings or photos (these will not be returned). Forms must be received by APRIL 15, addressed to: Most Caring Coach, USA WEEKEND, 1000 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, V». 22229 Name of coach you nominate Coach's team/activity Your name i Your address City State ZIP code | Your daytime phone, with area code i ___^__________ r __^___ Name of newspaper in which you read USA WEEKEND I Employees of Gannett and USA WEEKENP canter papers i J are ineligible. Honoiees must sign a release. Entries become I { USA WEEKEND property and wiy not be returned. Held in ! I conjunction with the annual Most Caring Athlete awards. \ WW9W«fji9W«HW«PW«xww^«jiWiP l ii*JPWWiBi«pij| 14 USA WEEKEND • March 27-29,1999

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