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Crossword By Eugene Sbeffer Monday, November 16,1981 — The Salina Journal Page 1$ ACROSS 1 Cushion 4 Breach 7 Boast 11 Excited 13 GI's address 14 Soviet river 15 Missile depository 16 Russian community 17 Excess of chances 18 Wise man 20 Pack 22 Solemn promise 24 One of the family 28 Scattered 32 French river 33 Sandarac tree 34 Pen point 36 Snug place 37 Baseball's Gomez 39 Withdraws formally 41 Dog's leash 43 Composer DOWN Edwards i Fail to bid 44 Pitcher 2 Exchange 46 Public premium warehouse 3 Puppet 50 Converse 4 Herd of 53 Knave, in whales cribbage 5 Sacred bull 55 Necrology O f Egypt 56 Japanese 6 Havens aborigine 7 Vents anger 57 One - time 8 Cincinnati 58 Sometimes player copped 9 Ampersand 59 Profound 10 Neon 60 Inferior horse 12 Exceed a 61 Double curve quota Avg. solution time: 27 rain. Answer to Saturday's puzzle. 19 Women's org. 21 Item to conserve 23 Skin tumor 25 Start for water or land 26 Scottish Gaelic 27 Soaks flax 28 Seasoning 29 Corner 30 Float of logs 31 Underworld god 35 Plead 38 An evergreen 40 Intimation 42 French historian 45 Roster 47 Competent 48 Desserts 49 Greek letters 50 Bounder 51 Hasten 52 Donkey, in France 54 Catch, as game 29 51 30 52 12 22 44 19 38 13 16 23 34 42 53 57 60 20 31 39 45 24 35 43 54 14 17 21 32 40 46 36 55 25 47 61 26 48 10 27 49 CRYPTOQUIP JZP AZWAWFXJP PAFXBM BK X QPFBAXJP QPKKPMJ Saturday's Cryptoquip — ONCE-MANACLED MANIAC MISSES PINIONED PAL. Today's Cryptoquip clue: W equals 0 The Cryptoquip is a simple substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal 0 throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words, and words using an apostrophe can give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is accomplished by trial and error. ©1981 King Features Syndicate. Inc. Pacific Northwest reeling from back-to-back storms By United Press International The second of two back-to-back storms that rammed the northern Pacific Coast with more than 100-mph winds left at least 15 dead and three missing Monday, and dumped heavy rains that knocked out power to thousands from California to Washington. More storm warnings, including gale force winds, were in effect Monday in the San Francisco Bay area and along the Oregon, Washington and California coasts — areas still reeling from the violent storms Sunday that left millions ' of dollars in damages. The storm .battering the Pacific Coast was said to be the worst in nearly two decades. Six people were confirmed dead in Oregon and three others were missing. Five people were killed in Washington and four in California. Most of the deaths came from boating accidents, although Howard Moses, 54, of Auburn, Wash., died of massive head injuries Sunday when a large tree crashed through the roof of his house. "We've been hearing trees falling all night long, but we didn't know it was on the house," said Leah Moses, a neighbor and sister-in-law of the victim. Six adults and two children were trapped in the elevator of the Seattle Space Needle 130 feet above ground for about an hour Sunday when strong winds whipped the electrical cable about a structural bracket. Officials had decided to close the 605-foot tall needle because of the storm. Workmen removed the gratework behind the elevator so passengers could step out and walk down a stairway to safety. KW to present 'The Uninvited' Kansas Wesleyan's drama department will present "The Uninvited" Nov. 19, 20, 21 in Fitzpatrick Auditorium, KW. All performances begin at 8 p.m. Erroneous information provided ear-' lier to The Journal said there would be a 2 p.m. matinee on Nov. 21. No matinee is scheduled. "It wasn't fun," said Linda Catania of Las Vegas, Nev., who was vacationing with her husband. "I'm never going to leave Las Vegas again. I don't need that kind of vacation." But it wasn't much better back in Mrs. Catania's home state, where 100- mph winds wrecked property in western Nevada and knocked out electric power to about 10,000 Sierra Pacific Power Co. customers. By Sunday night, winds gusting up to 75 mph battered Southwestern coastal states while western Washington reported occasional gusts up to 50 mph. It was raining from northern California to western Montana. Northern California crab fishermen reported the loss of thousands of dollars of pots in the storm-tossed ocean. At the height of the West Coast storms, which arrived one right after the other, the Tillamook Bay, Ore., Coast Guard station reported gusts topping 100 mph. "It was pretty incredible," petty officer Shawn Scott said. Utility crews, which had been working overtime to restore electricity, were unable to keep up with renewed outages caused by the second storm. Washington utilities reported at least 85,000 customers without power Sunday night after whittling the number down to about 30,000 earlier in the day. About 150,000 Puget Sound customers lost power during the first storm. Some customers won't have power restored for days, officials said. Despite diplomat's assurances Saudis deny peace plan recognizes Israel JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia (UPI) The Saudi Arabian government disassociated itself Monday from statements by a Saudi diplomat equating the kingdom's Middle East peace plan to tacit recognition of Israel. Jaafar Al Lakani, the acting Saudi delegate at the United Nations, told the New York Times Sunday that Crown Prince Fahd's plan was a starting point for peace talks among Israel, the Arab states and the Palestine Liberation Organization. The plan calls for the establishment of a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital and the recognition of the right of all states in the region to live in peace. "It does recogniu brad. It ujn 'ill •UtM'. We an not afraid to say that it doe* racognixe Israel," Al Lakani told the New York Timea. A Saudi government statement, commenting on the diplomat's remarks, said Al Lakani's views were not only untimely, but also were only those of the author himself and not of the Saudi Arabian government. Lauren Toohey Lauren, 2, improving with new liver PITTSBURGH (UPI) - A 2-year-old girl who received a liver transplant in a last attempt to save her life is responding well and doctors say they are "cautiously optimistic" about her chances. Lauren Toohey, recovering from the transplant performed to halt the spread of cancer, spent Sunday looking through picture books in bed. Doctors upgraded her condition from critical to serious and said she might be ready to move out of intensive care soon. "She looks great," said Dr. Basil Zitelli, attending staff pediatrician at Children's Hospital, where the liver from a 4-year-old boy was transplanted into Lauren during an BMs-hour operation Saturday. Lauren's parents, Joseph and Beatrice Toohey of Kinnelon, N.J., were unavailable for comment since they were staying near their only daughter. Zitelli said he expected the Tooheys, both teachers, would remain with Lauren trying to "cheer her up" for at least a couple more days. He said the child was "somewhat uncomfortable," but preliminary tests indicated the cancer had been halted. Lauren was taken off a respirator Saturday afternoon and is breathing on her own. "We're cautiously optimistic," Zitelli said. The girl was diagnosed at the age of 13 months as suffering from tyrosi- nemia, a rare disease in which the liver is unable to metabolize amino acids properly. The organ instead produces carcinogenic wastes, eventually causing liver failure or cancer. Zitelli said if all went well, Lauren should be discharged in three weeks. In August, Lauren's parents were told her disease had reached the cancerous stage. Doctors said that without a transplant, she had only three to six months to live.. A search for a donor lasted six weeks before last Friday, when a telephone 'call to the Tooheys' home reported Robert Maybery of Kenosha, Wis., was pronounced clinically dead, reportedly of spinal meningitis. His parents agreed to a transplant in the hope Lauren's life might be saved. A race was begun across half the country by chartered Jets carrying both the Tooheys and Dr. Thomas Starzl, a specialist in liver transplants who headed the surgical team that performed the operation. ^tarzl found in Wisconsin that the liver would be usable for the transplant. He called colleagues in Pitta- burgh and told them to prepare Lauren for surgery. Send your news Up to The Salina Journal, $45 in prices every week. ELMORE ON EAST CRAWFORD COMPLETE MEAL Child's Plate *i» NNCI WCLUMSl Feature meat, choice of salad, mashed potatoes, vegetable, homemade roll, butter and drink CHICK OUR DAILY SMCIALS POSTID IN CAFITWIA Fun & Fine Food.. NOON EVENING Special MEAT LOAF TUESDAY (ThU W«*k) brvwi! NMilll.M. telp.ni. i i.m. to 7:N p.m. Goaf or M. Allagany "Some people have taken the remarks to mean something else. The eight points of the plan are clear and need no further interpretation," the Saudi statement said. The Times said the comments by Gaafar M. Allagany, an 18-year UN veteran, also appeared to break new ground by making clear the plan was a bargaining position rather than a fixed stance. "You can't negotiate without sitting together, and that means recognition," Allagany told the Times. It was believed to be the first time a Saudi official publicly said the plan recognized the Jewish state, the newspaper said. Previously, other Saudi officials have said the plan, which has been rejected by Israel, merely implied but did not flatly accord recognition to the Jewish state. Allagany said the plan, proposed last August by Crown Prince Fahd, is a starting point for peace negotiations between Israel, the Arab nations, and the Palestine Liberation Organization. Allagany said the separate talks on autonomy for Palestinians in the occu- pied territories between Egypt and Israel "seemed to have reached a dead end," the Times reported. He told the newspaper the Saudis will put their peace proposal to Arab leaders at a meeting in Morocco Nov. 25. Allagany told the newpaper if most of the Arab nations accept the plan, it would be submitted for approval at the U.N. General Assembly with hope that the United States will at least abstain. Fahd's peace plan does not explicitly mention Israel, but affirms "the right of all countries of the region to live in peace." The plan also calls for Israeli withdrawal from all occupied territories seized in the 1967 Six-Day war and the creation of a Palestinian state with its capital in East Jerusalem. (Firs) Published In The Salina Journal, November 2, 1981) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SAIINE COUNTY. KANSAS In Ihe Mailer of the Estate of RAYMOND E. DECKER. Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT , Cose No. SO P. 147 The Stale of Kansas To All Persons Concerned You are hereby notlfed that o petition has been filed on October 28, 1981, In said Court by Blanche 6. Decker, adminis- tratrix of the estate of Raymond E. Decker, deceased, praying for a final settlement of the estate, approval of her acts, proceedings and accounts as adminis- tratrix, allowance for attorneys' fees and expenses, determination of heirs entitled to the estate and assignment to them in accordance with the laws of intestate succession in the State of Kansas. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 24th day of November, 1981, at 1030 o'clock, a.m. on said day. In said Court, In the City of Salina, in Saline County, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail herein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Blanche B. Decker, Petitioner and Administratrix CLARK. MIZE & LINVILLE, Chartered 129 S. Eighth P.O. Box 1343 Salina, Kansas 67401 (913) 823-6325 Attorneys for Petitioner (3tsp) (First Published in the Salina Journal, November 9, 1981 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of LUCY MAY REESE, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAl SETTLEMENT Case No. 81P-12 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed on the 4th day of November. 1981, in said Court by Ralph W. Reese, administrator of the estate of Lucy May Reese, deceased, praying for final settlement of the estate, approval of his acts, proceedings and accounts as admin* istrotor, allowance of attorneys' fees and expenses, determination of the heirs entitled to the estate and assignment to them In accordance with the laws of descent and distribution. You ore hereby re auired to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 1st day of Dec. 1981. at 10:00 o'clock A.M., on said day in said Court, In the City of Salina, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Ralph W. Reese, v Petitioner LEHMAN, GUILFOYLE a HINKLE 306 Northwest 2nd Street Abilene, Kansos 67410 (913) 263-3070 Attorneys for Petitioner (3tsp) (First Pubished in The Salina Journal, November 2. 1981) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY. KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Dollie E. Frost, deceased NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT Case No. 80 P 134 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed In said Court by The Na tlonal Bank of America at Salina, executor of the Will of Dolfie E. Frost, de ceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of its acts and proceedings as executor, allowance for attorneys' fees and expenses, and also praying that the Court determine the d< visees and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof to which each is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them In accordance with the Will of Dollfe E. Frost, deceased; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 24th day of November. 1981 at 1000 o'clock A.M., on said day, in said Court, in the City of Salina at which time and place said cause will be heard. Shoulc you fail therein, judgment and decre< will be entered In due course upon sale Petition. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AMERICA AT SALINA By: Helen Morrison Trust Officer ATTEST: Executor John Weckel Judge Salfna, Kansas KENNEDY BERKLEY YARNEVICH & WILLIAMSON, CHARTERED 710 United Building P.O. Box 1403 Sollno. Kansas 67401 (913} 825.4674 Attorney for Executor (31) (First Published In The Salina Journal. November 9, 1981) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of HEINRICH K. GOEDECKE, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING Case No. 81PI61 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in this court by Frieda Goedecke, as surviving spouse and one of the heirs at law of Heinrich K. Goe decke, deceased, praying for the deter mination of the descent of the following described real estate in Saline County, Kansas, to-wit: An undivided one-half ('/») interest in Lot One (I). Block Two (2), Ingermanson Heights Second Addition to the City of Salina; and all other properly, real and personal, or interests therein, owned by the sale Heinrich K. Goedecke at the time of his death; and you ore hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 2nd day of December, 1981, at 10:00 a.m. of said day, in said court, in the City of Salina, in Saline County, Kan sos, at which time and place saia cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition, s/ Frieda Goedecke Petitioner CLARK, MIZE & L1NVJUE. CHARTERED 129 South Eighth P.O. Box 1343 Salina, Kansas 67401 913-823-6325 Attorneys for Petitioner (3tsp| (Published in The Salina Journal, November 16. 1981) NOTICE To the Citizens of So I In* County, Kansas You are here by notified that in accordance with Federal regulations a report of 1980 expenditures of the county's Revenue Sharing Program has been filed with the Bureau of Census. A copy of said report and supporting documents may be examined by the general public in the office of the Saline County Clerk, Saline County Courthouse, Salina, Kansas. Shirley J. Jacques Saline County Clerk (It) 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' 6 times, per word 43' 3 times, per word 30' 26 times, per word $1.56 50' postage and handling charge on want ads if cash does not accompany order. Blind Ad Service $1 Cash with order i A O/ SAVES YOU I U /O (Plus the SO' handling charge, for ads placed 3 days or more.) (Add 4 words for 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 V? page. INDIVIDUAL CLASSIFIED LINE ADS One column wide In type this size 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 Want To Buy Good Things To Eat Musical Instruments Wearing Apparel Miscellaneous Rummage-Garage Sales Antiques Coins Stamps Household Goods Air Conditioning Heating TV Radio Stereo Business Office Equipment Building Materials, Tools Construction Equipment Flowers, Plants, Trees Pet Stock & Supplies Farm Equipment Farmers Wants & Services Seeds, Feeds, Fertilizers Livestock & Supplies Poultry & Supplies Public Auctions Sale Dates Furnished Apartments Furnished Houses Duplexes Sleeping Rooms Unfurnished Apartments Unfurnished Houses-Duplexes Realtors Houses Lots For Sale Want To Rent Business Buildings, Sale Rent Business Property For Sale Office & Desk Room Real Estate (out of town) Garages Parking Lots Farms and Farmland Real Estate Wanted, Exchanged Sporting Goods Motorcycles Bicycles Boats, Marine Supplies Airplanes Mobile Homes Campers & Trailers Auto Service & Parts Car, Truck Rentals Cars & Trucks 1. Funeral Directors & Monuments 3. In Memorlam i. Card of Thanks 7. Amusements, Events », Personals II. Special Notices 13. Lodges Clubs IS. Lost Found Strayed 17, Schools Instructions 19. Alterations & Sewing 71. Appliance TV Repair 23. Baby Sitting 25. Beauty & Barber Shops 27. Bicycle Repair 29. Bookkeeping-Taxes 3). Carpeting & 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 S3. Luggage Purses Leather 55. Nursing Rest Homes 57. Moving Storage 59. Office Machinery & Equipment 61, Odd Jobs 63. Painting & Papering 65. Pest Control 47. Photography 49. Piano Tuning & Repair 71. Plumbing Sewer Service 73. Roofing 75. Shoe Repair 77. Trash Hauling & Cleanup 79.Tree Trimming Removal Spraying 81. Upholstering Carpeting, Draperies 63. Miscellaneous Services 97. Special Interest To Women 111. Cafe, Motel Help 113. Help Wanted US. Salespeople Wanted 117. Employment Opportunities 119. Situations Wanted 121. Business Opportunities 123. Loans Insurance 125. 127. 129. 131. 133! 135. 137. 139. 141. 143. 145. 151. IS3. 155. 157. 159. 161. 163. 165. 167. 171. 173. 175. 177. 179. 181. 183. 185. 187. 189. 191. 193. 195. 197. 19». 201, 203. 229. 23). 233. 235. 237. 239. 245. 247. 249. Funeral Dlrectora Monument* 1 WE ARE proud of our reputation tor the finest in workmanship In every memorial. Granite Marble - Bronze. MEMORIAL ART CO., Inc. 1608-10 South 9th B23-29B1 __ Personals __ ^ LEAVING FOR San Dlegoi November 23. Would like driver to assist with driving. 913 536-4316. ""REDUCE" SAP iT fist~with GoBese Tablets and E-Vap "water pills". Fields Pharmacy. ~TRE GNANCV right cares. 119 South 7th, 823-3113. Free tests L ConlidentJallly. Saline County Tax Payers Association Meeting Cavalier Court Thurs., Nov. 19, 7:30 pm Election and Tax Talk NOTICE Classified Ad Deadlines 4:00 PM 2 Days before insertion for Display Classified. 10 AM Thursday for Sunday. Ads over Vz page 1 day earlier than above. The deadline for WANT ADS and deleting want ads before normal expiration 1:00 PM Day before insertion. 1 PM Friday for Sunday. Lost-Found-Strayed 15 IF FOUND Indian Statue 3' tall, con crete, painted red and black, taken No vember 10, 1981. Please call 827-6807. LOST GOLDEN Labrador, Ita years old, very playful and strong. Answers to Max. Reward offered. Call 827-7947. Help Wanted 113 RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUAL 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. Must 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 Relssig, Business Manager, Bethany College, Llndsborg, Ks. 67456. 913-227-3311. Bethany College Is an 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 106-108, 5th and Iron, Salina, Kansas In person Thursday afternoon, 1 PM, November 19, and meet with the company representatives. SALINA PRESBYTERIAN 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. Help Wanted 113 LEARN HOW to turn spare time Into extra S$J. 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. NOW ACCEPTING 'ap'piicat Ions lor full and part time positions. Days and weekends. Apply in person at Hardee's, 1318 South Santa Fe. ^WANTED :" E ~XP¥R7E~NCE D TTaTf '• dresser for one of the top salons in Sa Una. Send resume to Box J-419 Salina Journal. ~DPN~P'oslf JbN~openrfulT time's "•" Tl pm shift. Apply in person between 9 am • 2 pm. Monday • Friday. Shaiimar Plaza Nursing Home, 2054 Lambertson Lane. ~N6w"fAKTNG~appiicafions" "for "part time day help. Apply in person, Taco Grande, 722 South Broadway. SALAD PREP person, 12 pm • 6 pm, Mondays off. Call for an appointment 827-0388, Salina Country Club. "~ part time. Also person for light delivery 825-2613. OCCASIONAL RESPONSIBLE night time babysitter, KWU/Central high area. Must be 17. 823-6M2. BARMAID WANfEDTLigfithouse tav ern, apply In person. " "~arriime Tn Abilene dental office. 263-7227. NURSES/RN Pleasant, professional environment for mature, personable RN who enjoys working with people. Convenient morn- Ing or late afternoon hours available in the Salina area. Call 825-8131. BEHAVIOR EDUCATION Counselor/therapist, full or part time, to conduct behavior education classes In the Salina area. Will train in behavior modification techniques as it applies to this position. Call 825-8131. TRANSPORTATION Need qualifying 16-34 year old men and women to train as drivers, operators, mechanics, etc. Full pay and benefits while training. Call Army 827-3666. RN'sand LPN's For 7 am • 3 pm and 3 • II pm shifts. Apply in person, 9 am • 4 pm, Monday through Friday. Salina Nursing Center 1007 Johnstown ADMINISTRATIVE We'll train qualifying 18-34 year old men and women In administrative fields. Draw full salary and benefits while training. Call Army 827-3666. SALES/RECEPTIONIST Personable, attractive, mature Individual with direct sales experience for busy, professional office. Pleasant working conditions, top salary, convenient Monday through Friday hours. No typing or shorthand required. Position available In the Salina area. Call 825-8131. THINKING ABOUT A SECOND INCOME? Set your own hours. Make good SSS with Avon. Call: Dorothy Plowman Avon District Sales Manager 1-488-2229 Evenings RN WANTED Position open for school nurse in boy's boarding school. Necessary to have skills to perform nursing assessments and function Independently. Room and board provided. Contact Sue Holmes at St. John's Military School, 913-823-7231, P.O. Box 838, Salina, Kansas 67401. Equal opportunity employer. NURSING DIRECTOR Medicalodges, Inc. has an opening In the Kansas City Area for a Nursing Dlrec tor. 2 • 3 years experience In Gereatrlcs preferred. Competitive salary and bene fits Including; profit sharing, Credit Union, paid CEU's, sick leave, and more. Send resume to Medicalodges, Inc. % John Ferwalt, Box 574, Coffeyville, Kansas 67337. An equal opportunity employer M/F. Classified ads get results. 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 SALESMEN —OR KIN— Orkln, 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 s. 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

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