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Hays, Kansas
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Thursday, June 22, 2006
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THURSDAY, JUNE 22,2006 INTERNATIONAL THE HAYS DAILY NEWS B5 Iraqi police tree hostages; 4 Marines, soldier killed BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — Iraqi police stormed a farm north of Baghdad early today and freed at least 17 people who were snatched a day earlier in a mass kidnapping of about 86 workers and family members at the end of a factory shift. The U.S. military, meanwhile, reported that four Marines and a soldier were killed in operations south and west of Baghdad, and an explosion of sectarian and revenge killings in Mosul — Iraq's third-largest city — over the past three days claimed 19 lives. The freed kidnap victims brought to nearly 50 the number of captives who have been either released by their captors br extricated by police. The military said the four Marines were killed Tuesday in insurgency-ridden Anbar province, three of them In a roadside bombing and a fourth in a separate operation. A U.S. soldier also died Wednesday south of the capital, the military said, giving no further details. A National Security Ministry official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to reporters, told The Associated Press that several Insurgents holding the kidnap victims were captured during the raid this morning on the farm In the Mishada area, about 20 miles north of the capital. Briefs Al-Qaida deputy calls for uprising against coalition KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Al-Qaida's No. 2 leader urged Afghans in a new videotape today to rise up against U.S.-led forces in Afghanistan, prompting President Hamid Karzai to denounce the terror fugitive as "the enemy of the Afghan people." Four U.S. soldiers were killed in combat in eastern Afghanistan. Karzai also called on the international community to reassess its approach to the war on terror, saying the deaths of hundreds of Afghans in fighting with U.S.-led forces was "not acceptable." The posting of Ayman al-Za- wahri's videotape on an Islamic Web site followed a coalition military warning Wednesday that "significant violence" lies ahead in southern Afghanistan, where thousands of troops are fighting a deadly Taliban resurgence. "I am calling upon the Muslims in Kabul in particular and in all Afghanistan in general and for the sake of God to stand up in an honest stand in the face of the infidel forces that are invading Muslim lands," said al-Zawahri, wearing a white turban and sitting in front of a black backdrop with an automatic rifle next to him. The SXrminute tape, titled "American Crimes in Kabul," appears to have been made the day after a May 29 accident in which a U.S. military truck crashed into traffic in Kabul, killing five people. Chinese officers appreciate observation of U,S, tactics SHANGHAI, China (AP) — Chinese military observers said today that observing U.S. military exercises in the Pacific this week gave them a better understanding of U.S. weapons and tactics. Delegation leader Rear Adrn. Zhang Leiyu called the visit to the war games near Guam "a positive step in China-US, military ties," the official Xinhua News agency reported. It was the first time a delegation from China had been invited to officially observe U.S. maneuvers in the Pacific, where China and the U.S. face potential conflicts over Taiwan. "The visit helped China obtain a better understanding of U.S. weapons, training, skills and exercise arrangements," said Zhang, a navy vice chief of staff and commandant of China's Naval Submarine Academy. Dubbed "Valiant Shield," the exercises brought three carriers together in the Pacific for the first time since the Vietnam War. Some 30 ships, 280 aircraft and 22,000 troops participated in the five-day war games, which ended today. Zhang's assessment of the exercises will likely be welcomed by exchange advocates, who argue Chinese exposure to advanced U.S. capabilities reduces the chances of misunderstandings or clashes. IFIEDMAR Si" PP&w- •: A " •• ffiates ma^gpr'y ; by day jpf the week published Medical Help Wanted (A) 1115 COUNTRY Club Dr. Fri. 8:30-7 & Sat. 8:30-7. (C) 508 W. 21st. Fri. 10-7. Clothing, household Items, VHS tapes & furniture. (D) 2206 DRUM. Fri. 4-8 & Sat. 8-12. 4-Family Garage Sale! Lots of misc. (D) PARKING LOT on General Custer. Fri. June 23, 9-6 , Sat. June 24, 9-12. (E) 2050 E. Hwy 40. Humane Society. Saturday 8- : iM 1C ' i t>t II: >/i.n Ij r ' • ' •! li (C)719.MAIN(SWc6merof 8th & Main upstairs). Fri. 2-7,Sat. 7:30-11. Art supplies, lots of misc. (A) 103 W. 33rd. Fri. 2-7 & Sat. 9-1. Fridge, boy's infant- 3T, toys, strollers, car seat, bike trailer & lots more. (A) 2916 WILLOW. Fri. Noon- 7. Gun cabinet, MX & street helmet, futon, air hockey table, high chair, clothes, mlsc (D) 1700 HANEY. Fri. 4-dark & Sat. 8-11. Namebrand jr.- adult & maternity clothing, furniture & tons of misc. Buy -Sell -Trade! Dial 628-1081 (A) 3700 JP Dr. Fri. 10-7. Misc. (D) 1709 HANEY. Fri. 3-8 & Sat. 8-12. Multi-Familyl Baby- adult clothes, bikes, tires, military items & lots of misc. (E) 171 CLIFFORD St., NE corner of Gorham. Sat. 9-7 1954 F100 pu, tools, parts & household. 785-637-5515. (D) 1318 AGNES. Sat., June 24, 8-1. 3 piece bdrm set, queen, numerous misc. items, baby clothes, boy & '< girl. -••" • '• .(A) '509 W. 32nd. Fn.' 1 -7, Sat.'' "9-2. Sofa, loveseat, rockers, tables, lamps, freezer, encyclopedia w/ bookcase, office chair, home decor, sink, misc. (A) 2910 HILLCREST. Fri. 3-7 & Sat. 7-11. 2-Family. Furniture, lawn/garden, toys, household, Powerwheels, fridge. (A) 3304 HILLCREST. Fri. & Sat. 8-5. 110 window a/c, wicker furniture, lawn mower, snow blower, other large items. (D) 1310 MACARTHUR. Fri. 3-8 & Sat. 8-12. Mopeds, lap top, salt & pepper shakers, free bikes, fridge, table & chairs, home decor. (D) 1903 HOLMES Rd. Frr. 58. Nice children's & working ladies dress clothing, toys, furniture, air conditioner w/ remote, piano & lots of misc. (A) 111 W. 38TH. Thurs 4-8, Fri 4-8. Cleaning out basement something for everyone! Baby clothes, computer equip, books, luggage, and lots of misc. (W) 11 42 LAKE Hollow Dr. (3 mi. W on old Hwy 40 to Woodland Plains addition). Fri. 7-7. Many household items, clothes, "furniture, Christmas, (A) 315 E. 30th. Fri. 3-7. Multi-family. Kids clothes, toys, sofa, sewing machine, dressers, dining room table, VHS movies, air hockey table, books and misc. (S) 814 JEFFERSON, La Crosse. Fri. 1-8. Women's- clothing size 12-14, bed spreads, housewares & lots of misc., knit fashion scarves, decorative flip flops, crochet purses & other crafts. (A) 2918 WALNUT. 'Fri. 12-6 & Sat. 9-3. Moving salel Furniture, electronics, tools, collectibles, computer hardware & software, plus lots of household & kitchen items. (D) 1702 MARSHALL Rd. Fri. 1 2-7 & Sat. 9-1. Huge 3-Family Salel Lots of baby & chil- drens clothing, vintage pink GE refrigerator in exc. cond. table and chairs, dressers & much more. (A) 2607 AUGUSTA. Fri. 127. Sat. 8-1. toddler bed, 10' Kingfisher pontoon boat, saddle, futon mattress, chairs, bassinet, bass guitar, desk, XL shirts, namebrand clothes, '48 pickup, '01 Mustang. (A) 1311 WASHINGTON Clr.. & 1316 W. 42nd. Fri. .I'l-^'HiJge Multi-Family .Sates!" 'FurnlVure, "exercise equip., golf items,' name- brand girl's clothing (little to teen) & lots of misc. (B) 514 W. 27TH. Thurs 3-7, Fri 10-7. Tons of baby items and clothes including GAP, Old Navy, Tommy, Gymboree, and Polo. Boys 0-24 mo., Girls 0-6. Ladies clothes, Maternity, household items, piano. (A) 1000W. 37th. Fri. 6-10 & Sat. 7-9. IPod, Bounce Around Double Slide, Little Tykes, dining table, bar stools, antique dressers & trunks, nice houseware, clothes, toys, videos, DVDs, PS2 games, poker top, vacuum, car polisher, etc. (A) 3713 JP Dr. Fri. 12-6. Olympic combo gym/bar/weights, drafting table, dresser, baseboard heater, Hearthside stone wear, director's chairs, kitchen items, toys, kid's clothes & Little Tykes picnic table. (A) 206 NORTHRIDGE Dr. Fri. 3-7, Sat. 7-Noon. Multifamily garage salel Toys; Boys, girls men & women clothing; GameCube games; Office and teaching supplies; Movies (DVD's); Computer desk; Baby items; Cinderella Castle; Disney Princess Kitchen and Play Tent; Misc. (A) 3711 JP Drive, Thurs. 4-7, Fri. 8-7 & Sat. 8-7 Huge 6- Familyl Tons of jeans & shorts (Lucky, Docker & Kathie Lee), baby to adult, uniforms 6-12, VHS, child cassettes, bedding, rabbit, bird, hamster cage, porch swing, luggage carrier, X-mas, bikes, kitchen, yard & garden (crafts). (E) CORNER OF 330th & Emmeram, Catharine (From Catharine go 2 mi. E on Catharine Rd & 2 mi. N on 330th). Sat. 8-2. Multi-Familyl Violin, electric piano, oven, tv, sinks, sewing machine, JD hedge trimmer, appliances, Atomic skies & boots, 6-man tent & much more. 650-4766. FREE TO good home: yellow lab, can't locate owner. She's beautiful, playful, good w/ kids & appears to have good bloodlines & hunting instincts. 785-737-5071 & leave msg. 17 Motel/Restaurant Help Wanted CARLOS O'KELLY'S is hiring servers. Apply in person. NOW HIRING all positions: servers, bussers & cooks. Stop in to fill in an application at Gella's Diner, 117'E, ,11th., 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. 4 o Drivers 10 Wanted TRUCK DRIVERS wanted. Will be gone nights. Travel 5 states. 800-920-9105 or 785731-2211. 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. RN OR LPN (new grads welcome) needed in Hays, full- time or part-time, days or evenings. Call Care 2000 Home Health at 800-5876502 or 785-472-7103. General Help Wanted PARTS TECHNICIAN wanted. I-70 Truck Repair. 785625-3195. WELDERS FOR manufacturing company in Utica, KS, Aeroswlnt, 785*391 -2277. HAYS 24/7 Store Is accepting applications for cashier. Please apply In person at 3601 Vine Street. TACO SHOP is now hiring for day and evening positions. Apply at 333 W. 8th. or get an application at PART-TIME LOAN clerk/cashier wanted, computer skills necessary, honest and dependable. Apply at 1407 Vine, Hays. FULL-TIME MAINTENANCE specialist, paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, benefits, bonuses, opportunity for advancement. To apply call 785628-1480. Whatever the problem, the Daily News Classifieds can help. We list job opportunities, property for rent or sale, and more. 13 Special Notices ANONYMITY SAFEGUARD 3aily News Blind Box advertisement but do not want il to be forwarded to a particular person or business: (1) Put your letter or resume in an envelope addressed to The Hays Daily 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 lo The Hays Daily News, Attn: Blind Box, P.O. Box 857, Hays, KS 67601. If your response is to one of the places listed, we will simply discard your sealed response. Responses cannot be returned as his would violate the confidence of the person/company placing he advertisement. NOTICE The Hays Dally News does not investigate advertisers who place advertisements In our paper and does not undertake to guarantee the legitimacy of such advertisers on their products 4 4 Garage I I Sales -J.J Garage Sales 4 4 Garage I I Sales 4 4 Garage Sales •j-J Garage Sales 4 4 Garage Sales 4 4 Garage I I Sales 4 4 Garage Sales When You Place Your Next Garage Sale Ad, Let Us Know In Which Zone Your Garage Sale Is Located, We Will List Garage Sales According To Zones A, B, C & D As Indicated In The Map At The Right, Garage Sales Outside Of Hays City Limits Will Be Indicated As North (N), South (S), East (E) or West (W)

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