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Page 36 The Salins Journal — Sunday, November 15,1981 Carlin confident severance tax will pass in 1982 Legislature . TOPEKA, Kan. (UPI) - Gov. John Carlin, speaking on one of his favorite 'subjects, said Friday chances will be better for his proposed severance tax in the 1982 legislative session. At his weekly news conference, Carlin said chances for the proposed tax on minerals were better this coming session because there was more public support for the tax and greater recognition of property tax and other problems Carlin maintains the tax could help solve. On Thursday, Richard Smith, head of the Kansas Independent Oil and Gas Association, said there was no way his .organization could compromise its adamant stand against the tax. He said his CHOOSE A Friedrich Groenbrier Gas Furnace Hi-Boy (GUB Series) 80.00010 160,000 BTU/Hr. Input Friedrich. QUIET, DEPENDABLE EFFICIENT HEATING! You can easily add air conditioning for year 'round comfort! Salina Supply Wholesale Distributors group was opposed to anything that had a severance tax attached to it. In response to the group's stance, Carlin said he would propose the tax and work with the Legislature on it. "No interest group to going to determine what direction this state la going to go," Carlin said. "I'm very confident the Legislature is going to consider it, the severance tax, and pass the severance tax because it is the best alternative and whether or not the industry wants to accept that, the fact is we've got real problems that require real solutions." During the 1981 session, the House approved the tax but it was killed in a Senate committee. Because he maintains there is more public support, chances in the upcoming session of Senate passage are better. "We're not going to have a rerun of 1981," Carlin said, a Democrat. Carlin, an all but-announced candidate for re-election, had little to say about Republicans thinking about getting in or out of the running for the governor's seat. "That's one area I can duck," Carlin said. "Although I follow with interest, I don't need to comment or spend any time on it. My job is to be governor and I intend to continue to be that. For me, campaign '82 begins sometime after the next legislative session." The Democratic governor did say, however, he expected to face a strong, well-financed opponent. First settlements made in Hyatt Hotel lawsuits KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) - A woman and her four children are among the first to receive out-of-court settlements in lawsuits stemming from the Hyatt Regency Hotel skywalk collapse that killed 113 people July 17. Court documents showed Friday that the first round of settlements, totaling more than $690,000, were made quietly in Jackson County Circuit Court before Judge Timothy O'Leary. Patricia Botnen and her four children, ranging in age from 6 to 22, were awarded $600,000, it was learned Friday. They had sued the Hyatt Corp., the Crown Center Redevelopment Corp. — owner's of the hotel — and its parent company, Hallmark Cards Inc., in the wrongful death of their husband and father, Henry Botnen. According to court documents, 60 percent of the settlement was awarded to Mrs. Botnen, while 10 percent was given to each child. In another award, Lucille Edmiston and her brother, Robert Gillespie, were offered $25,125 each in the wrongful death of their half brother, Neil O'Connor. A third and final settlement extended $42,250 to Thomas Vance in the wrongful death of his sister, Louise O'Connor. The payments represented the first settlement of lawsuits stemming from the skywalk collapse, which injured 186 people. So far more than $3 billion in lawsuts have been filed in the case. Tribe bars non-Indians from hunting, fishing on its land POTAWATOMI INDIAN RESERVATION, Kan. (UPI) - The Prairie Band of the Potawatomi Indians will not allow non-Indians to hunt and fish on their reservation in Jackson County. Chick Hale, tribal chairman, said the action was taken due to a legal decision made by the Kansas Attorney General Curt Schneider in 1975 on Kansas fishing and game laws. The conclusion of the opinion was that the state of Kansas cannot regulate hunting and fishing on the reservation; that the state can regulate Indians who hunt and fish off the reservation, and Kansas may not regulate hunting and fishing on the reservation by non-Indians. Hale said since the tribe does not RADIO SHACK TRS-80 QAI Cl SAVE S 60 - HAND HELD OHLC. POCKET COMPUTER Only 1 Vi6x6Vax2 3 /4" 169 95 Reg. 229.95 Use As a Calculator, Or Program It for Complex Problems • Perfect for "On-Site" Use The TRS-80 computer that goes where you go! More powerful, yet easier to use than a programmable calculator. 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Hale said the tribe has taken this position "for the protection of land owners, the tribal lands, and more importantly, the wildlife. It's only fair to make the hunters aware." Two-time escaper apprehended again SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (UPI) - On the day he was captured by law officers in southwestern Missouri two months ago, convicted killer Robert Bentley had claimed his escape from prison wasn't worth the trouble it put him through. He apparently had a change of heart Friday. For two brief hours, the 28-year-old fugitive from justice became just that once again. Using a thick pipe as a weapon, Bentley broke out of the Greene County Jail in Springfield only to be recaptured by a squad of law officers a short while later. Bentley was one of seven Kansas State Penitentiary inmates who escaped the maximum security prison at Lansing, Kan., on Sept. 6. Three were captured that same day, but Bentley and three others fled into southwest Missouri, where they eluded an army of more than 350 law enforcement officers for eight days. While loose, the band of escapees chalked up nine abductions, two shootouts with authorities — one resulting in the serious injury of a Bonner Springs, Kan., police officer — and a dozen thefts of weapons, money, food and clothing. TEL-flflflTE • National Bank of America's New 24-Hour P Investment Hot Line All The Latest Investment Rates • Call Today! 525-0552 National Bank of America • Sdhna, I Classified Advertisements DIAL 823-6363 Or write PO Box 779, Salina, Kans. 67401 10 Words Minimum, $1.30 Minimum Charge 1 time, per word 13' 3 times, per word 30' SO' postage and handling charge on want ads if cash does not accompany order. Blind Ad Service $1 6 times, per word 43* 26 times, per word $1.56 Cash with order SAVES YOU I U 7O (Plus the 50* handling charge, for ads placed 3 days or more ) 10% (Add 4 words tor Blind Box Number) Rates apply to residents In Salina retail trade area only. Open rate is 13' per word or $6.60 per col. inch per day. DISPLAY CLASSIFIED ADS Will be accepted until 4 P.M. 2 days before insertion, 10 A.M. Thursday for Sunday One day earlier than above if over '2 page. INDIVIDUAL CLASSIFIED LINE ADS One column wide In type this slie will be accepted until 1:00 P.M. day before insertion; 1:00 P.M. Friday for Sunday. The Salina Journal will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. SALINA JOURNAL WANT AD CLASSIFICATIONS Funeral Directors 8. Monuments In Memoriam 5 Card ot Thanks 7 Amusements Events 9. Personals 11 Special Notices 13 Lodges Clubs 15 Lost Found Strayed 17. Schools Instructions 19. Alterations & Sewing 21 Appliance TV Repair 23 Baby Silting 25 Beauty 8. Barber Shops 27. Bicycle Repair 29. Bookkeeping Taxes 31. Carpeting 8. Masonry 33. Cleaning Rugs. Furniture 35. Clocks Watches Jewelry 37. Electric Service & Motors 39. Furniture Repair 41. Glass & Glazing 43. Heating & Refrigeration 45 Hearing Aid/Supplies 53 Luggage Purses Leather 55 Nursing Rest Homes 57. Moving Storage 59. Oltice Machinery & Equipment 61. Odd Jobs 63. Painting & Papering 65. Pest Control 67. Photography 69. Piano Tuning & Repair 71. Plumbing Sewer Service 73. Rooting 75. Shoe Repair 77. Trash Hauling & Cleanup 79.Tree Trimming Removal Spraying 81. Upholstering Carpeting, Draperies S3. Miscellaneous Services 97. Special Interest To Women 111. Cale, Motel Help 113. Help Wanted 115. Salespeople Wanted It7. Employment Opportunities 119. Situations Wanted 121. Business Opportunities 123. Loans Insurance 125. Want To Huy 127 Good Things To Eat 129. Musical Instruments 131. Wearing Apparet 133. Miscellaneous 135. Rummage Garage Sales 137. Antiques Coins Stamps 139 Household Goods 141. Air Conditioning Heating 143. TV Radio Stereo 145. Business Oltice Equipment 151. Building Materials. Tools 153. Construction Equipment 155. Flowers, Plants, Trees 157. Pet Stock & Supplies 159. Farm Equipment 161. Farmers Wants & Services 163. Seeds, Feeds. Fertilizers 165. Livestock & Supplies 167. Poultry & Supplies • 171. Public Auctions 173. Sale Dates 175. Furnished Apartments 177. Furnished Houses Duplexes 179. Sleeping Rooms 181. Unfurnished Apartments 183. Unfurnished Houses Duplexes 185. Realtors 187. Houses Lots For Sale 189. Want To Rent 191. Business Buildings, Sale Rent 193. Business Property For Sale 195. Office & Desk Room 197. Real Estate (out ol town) 199. Garages-Parking Lots 201. Farms and Farmland 203. Real Estate Wanted, Exchanged 229. Sporting Goods 231. Motorcycles Bicycles 233. Boats. Marine Supplies 235. Airplanes 237. Mobile Homes 239. Campers & Trailers 245. Auto Service & Parts 247. Car, Truck Rentals 249. Cars & Trucks Funeral Directors ___ Monuments _ THE GEISENDORF RUSH SMITH FUNERAL HOME SINCE 1906 A Service That Costs No More APPLICATIONS ARE being accepted now until Tuesday, November 17th, 1981, or a vacancy in the Registrar's Office at Marymount College of Kansas. The josltlon will be available Immediately. Responsibilities include transcript preparation and routine secretarial duties. Applicants should be highly accurate and conscientious to detail. The ability to relate well to a diverse clientel Is a must. Applications will be accepted In he Business Manager's Office between ):30 am thru 4:30 pm. on Monday and Tuesday. An equal opportunity employer. - Yet Offers Much More NO FINER i TRIBUTE feu* Memorial Art Co. 1608 South 9th 823-2981 'A name respected in Kansas" Card of Thanks 5 PERHAPS YOU sent"a" lovely card, or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a funeral spray, II so we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say. Perhaps you were not there at all, |ust thoughts of us that day. Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much whatever the part. The family of Carl W. McArty. THE FAMILY of Dave Boyd would like to express their sincere thanks to all the friends and relatives tor the cards, flowers and acts of kindness following his death. Sandy Boyd. Amusements, Events 7 PLAN FOR itl Solomon Valley Inter national Gun and Cartridge Show. Four big days, November 26, 27. 28, 29. 8 am • 8 pm daily. Bring your items to sell or trade to Memorial Hall, Downsl (Information Max Goheen, Downs, Kansas 67437). Personals 9 LEAVING FOR San Diego, November 23. Would like driver to assist with driv ing. 913-536-4316. "PREGNANCY UNPLANNED? "Birth" right cares. 119 South 7th, 8233113. Free tests. Confidentiality. Special Notices 11 NOT! Classified Ad Deadlines 4:00 PM 2 Days before insertion for Display Classified. 10 AM Thursday for Sunday. Ads over 'ft page I day earlier than above. The deadline for WANT ADS and deleting want ads before normal expiration 1:00 PM Day before insertion. 1 PAA Friday for Sunday. Lost-Found-Strayed 15 LOST GOLDEN Labrador, Vfi years old, very playful and strong. Answers to Max. Reward offered. Call 827-7947 Help Wanted 113 UNIFIED SCHOOL District 208 Is ac ceptlng applications lor: One buildings and grounds maintenance worker. One custodian housekeeper or two part time custodian housekeepers. Forty lour hour work week with annual paid vaca lion and holidays. Apply to Roy Keller, Superintendent, Unified School District 208, Box 68, WaKeeney. Kansas 67672 Help Wanted 113 pfESPONSI BT~ETNDTvi DU AL~wanted to manage residential group homes for handicapped adults. Must have an Associates Degree in Related Field, Bachelors Degree preferred. Experience with handicapped education and/or management preferred. Excellent salary and benefits, comprehensive orientation and training. Please send resume to: Residential Manager, P.O. Box 399, Hutchln- son, Ks. 67501. Equal opportunity employer. WANTED: Career Planning and Placement Office secretary. Musi be able to type, have above average organizing ability, run a mag-card machine, and operate a micro-computer. Must also be above average in written and verbal communication. Contact Shirley Reissig, Business Manager, Bethany College, Llndsborg, Ks. 67456. 913-227-3311. Bethany College is an equal opportunity employer. APPLICATIONS NOW~beinglaken"7or mature, responsible Individual able to type 60 wpm, familiar with office procedures, and with ability to accept responsibility for Inventory and invoicing. Fringe benefits Include paid vacation, health and life insurance, paid holidays and sick leave. Send resume to Box J-437 Salina Journal. Equal opportunity employer. ONE HUNDRED year old company needs help in several areas of Kansas. Will train, no age limits, flexable hours, full or part time. For details come to the Hilton Inn, Suite 106-106, 5th and Iron, Salina, Kansas in person Thursday afternoon, 1 PM, November 19, and meet with the company representatives. SAUNA PRliBYTERlAN' Manor has an opening for a full time cook, 6:30 am • 3 pm. Experience preferred. Send resume and references to Sheryl Kldwell, Dietician, Salina Presbyterian Manor, 2601 E. Crawford, Salina, KS 67401. No phone calls. BOOKEEPER TO work with payroll. Also maintains accounts payable and production accounts receivable. High school diploma or GED and two years experience required. Computer experience desirable. Call Roland Williams, OCCK Inc., 827-9383. LEARN HOW to turn spare time into extra IIS. Attend the grand opening of Aloe Mist at Howard Johnson Motel, Tuesday, November 17, 8 pm. Call for information, 536-4220 days; 825-2006 after 5 pm. PART TIME salesperson wanted, some evenings and weekends. Salary plus commission. Apply at So-Fro Fabrics, Singer Department, Mid Sjafe Mall. 'NOW ACCEPTING applications~for full and part time positions. Days and weekends. Apply in person at Hardee's, 13J8^South Santa Fe. "WANTED: "EXPERIENCED hairdresser for one of the top salons In Sa Una. Send resume to Box J-419 Salina Journal. LPN POSITION open, full time 3 • 11 pm shift. Apply in person between 9 am • 2 pm. Monday Friday. Shallmar Plaza Nursing Home, 2054 Lambertson Lane. SALAD PREP person, 12 pm • 6 pm. Mondays off. Call for an appointment. 827-0388, Salina Country Club. INFORMATION ON Alaskan and over seas |obs. $20,000 to (50,000 per year pos slble. Call 602-941 8014, Dept. 3215. "TELEPHONE HELP'"wanted", MI and part time. Also person for light delivery. 8252613. ^OCCASIONAL RESPONSIBLE nighttime babysitter, KWU/Central high area. Must be 17. 823 6662. BARMAID WANTED, Lighthouse Tav ern, apply in person. JOBS OVERSEAS Big money fast. (20,000 to (50,000 plus per year. Call I 716 842 6000, Ext. 1076. JOBS JOBS JOBS All over the nation. Not an agency. Call 602 252 0979, oper. 801 Dental Assistant Needed for orthadontlc office. Call 825-7287 before 3 pm. TRANSPORTATION Need qualifying 18 34 year old men and women to train as drivers, operators, mechanics, etc. Full pay and benefits while training. Call Army 827 3666. Classified ads get results. Help Wanted 113 Help Wanted 113 MECHANICAL ENGINEER Fortune 500 Company located in Salina has immediate opening for an individual with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Minimal practical experience is required. Excellent benefits package. , Please send resume to Box J-434, Salina Journal Equal Opportunity Employer DATA PROCESSING SUPERVISOR Data processing supervisor to direct all data processing activities including department administration, application systems design, system and application programming, and computer operations. Systems analysis experience required and must be familiar with DOS/VSE computer operating system. Please send resume to: Attention Personnel Department Kansas Manufacturing Facility C-E Process Equipment 108 North Factory Enterprise, Kansas 67441 Phone 913-934-2214 We have a complete package of benefits to offer. An Equal Opportunity Employer DIRECTOR OF PHARMACY Progressive, J.C.A.H. Accredited Hospital is recruiting for a Director of Pharmacy. Opportunity to develop unit dose and I.V. Additive Program. You will be a part of the Hospital's Management Team. Excellent salary, benefits, and working conditions. Contact Paul Grummer Administrator, Russell City Hospital 200 S. Main, Russell, Ks. Call Collect: 913-483-3131 SALESMEN —ORKIN— Orkin, the largest and best pest control company in the world, has openings with past direct sales experience. We offer: 1. Guaranteed salary while training. 2. Commissions 3. Auto allowance 4. Some furnished leads 5. Protected territories 6. All major company benefits 7. Excellent opportunity for advancement 8. Free retirement If you are hard working and understand success, call me...we talk to good people anytime. Presently employed? That's OK, evenings interviews available. Call me... Dick Hall, 827-0314 Equal Opportunity Employer GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT Immediate opening for a working superintendent. Must be experienced in the erection of structural steel projects. Initial assignment will be the installation of a structural steel microwave tower in Northeastern Missouri. ti Five years experience preferred. •ft Capable of running a crew of 5 - 15 people. A- Knowledgeable in setting structural steel, carpentry, and various welding processes. We offer competitive salary, fringe benefits, and an opportunity for career growth. All applications will be kept in strict confidence. If interested send resume or call: WILSON CONSTRUCTORS, INC. DESIGNERS • ENGINEERS • BUILDERS 639 North Ohio PO Box 876 Salina KS 67401 913-825-6771 Equal Opportunity Employer AA/F Make Someone Happy YOU! Someone Is looking for that no-longer needed, reusable item. Check your garage, basement, attic and closets. If You Don't Need It Sell It For Cash! They'll be happy — You'll be happy A friendly Ad-Visor is waiting to help you write your ad. It's Easy, It's Smart. Just dial Salina Journal Classified 823-6363 ?

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