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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1997 BASEBALL THE SAUNA JOURNAL DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS AT-A-GLANCE AMERICAN LEAGUE BALTIMORE VS. SEATTLE Schedule: Game 1, Wednesday, at Seattle (7:07 p.m., NBC); Game 2, Thursday, at Seattle (3:07 p.m.. ESPN); Game 3, Saturday, at Baltimore (3:30 p.m., Fox); x-Game 4, Sunday, at Baltimore (3:07 p.m., ESPN); x-Game 5, Monday at Baltimore (3:07 p.m., ESPN). x-if necessary. Season Series: Baltimore won. 7-4. PROJECTED LINEUPS Orioles: Brady Anderson cl (.288, 18 HRs, 73 RBIs). Roberto Alomar 2b (.333, 14, 60), Eric Davis rf (.304, 8, 25), Rafael Palmeiro 1b (.254, 38. 110), B.J. Surhoff If (.284, 18, 88), Cal Ripken 3b (.270, 17, 84), Geronimo Berroa dh (.283, 26, 90), Chris Hoiles c (.259,12,49), Mike Bordick ss (.236, 7, 46). Mariners: Joey Cora 2b (.300,11, 54), Roberto Kelly If (.291,12,59), Ken Griffey Jr. cf (.304,56, 147), Edgar Martinez dh (.330, 28, 108), Alex Rodriguez ss (.300, 23, 84), Jay Buhner rf (.243, 40, 109), Paul Sorrento 1b (.269, 31, 80), Dan Wilson c (.270. 15, 74), Mike Blowers 3b (.293, 5. 20) or Russ Davis 3b (.271, 20, 63). PROJECTED ROTATIONS Orioles: RH Mike Mussina (15-8, 3.20 ERA), RH Scott.Erickson (16-7, 3.69), LH Jimmy Key (16-10, 3.43). Mariners: LH Randy Johnson (20-4, 2.28), LH Jamie Moyer (17-5, 3.86), LH Jeff Fassero (169,3.61). RELIEVERS Orioles: LH Randy Myers (AL-leading 45 saves), RH Arthur Rhodes (10-3,53 games), RH Armando Benitez (106 Ks, 73 1-3 Innings), LH Jesse Orosco (5-3, 71 games). Mariners: RH Heathcliff Slocumb (27 saves, 10 of 11 since trade from Red Sox), RH Bobby Ayala (1.78 ERA since July 31), RH Mike Timlin (10 saves, 64 games), LH Norm Charlton (3-8, 7.27, 89 hits, 69 1-3 Innings). MATCHUPS Orioles: Palmeiro batted only .189 with 11 strikeouts in 37 at-bats against the Mariners. He is 1-for-21 lifetime against Johnson. ... Hoiles batted team-high .417 with three homers and 13 RBIs vs. Mariners. His .583 on-base percentage was high for either club. ... Erickson went 2-0 with a 2.57 ERA In three starts. ... Orosco got two wins in 2'A Innings. ... Myers earned two saves In six appearances. Mariners: Two of Johnson's four losses came against O's. In three starts, he had a 5.68 ERA In 19 innings. Baltimore won all three games.... Griffey (.234) had 11 hits — 3 homers — 11 RBIs and 11 strikeouts In 47 at-bats.... Cora led with .405 average (17-for-42). ... Rodriguez (.356, 3 homers, 7 RBIs) was only other Mariner with .300-plus average.... Buhner struck out 15 " times in 38 at-bats and hit only .184.... Dennis ' Martinez was a two-time loser to O's before retiring In June. BIG PICTURE Oriole*: AL's most consistent team until September, coasted down the stretch, playing with little Intensity In final weeks.... Became only the third AL team to remain In first place all season. The first two, the 1927 Yankees and 1984 Tigers, went.on to win the World Series.... Making their second appearance in division series after beating Cleveland In four games last year. ... Haven't been to World Series since 1983. : Mariners: Won second AL West title in three years, posting club record for victories under manager Lou Plnlella. ... Set major league record with 264 homers this season, breaking mark of 257 set by Orioles last year. ... While lineup Is arguably baseball's best, pitching staff Is suspect, especially bullpen. ... In only other playoff appearance, played thrilling five-game division series with Yankees In '95 before losing to Cleveland In ALCS. WATCH FOR • Junior's second October. Griffey almost single-handedly beat the Yankees In '95 with 5 homers in five games. • Tight games. Teams played five one-run games this year, Including three In their last four meetings. Orioles went 4-1 In Seattle and swept three-game series there May 16-18. PREDICTION: MARINERS In 5 NEW YORK VS. CLEVELAND Schedule: Game 1, today, at New York (7:13 p.m., Fox): Game 2, Thursday, at New York (7:13 p.m., Fox); Game 3, Saturday, at Cleveland (6:37 p.m., NBC); x-Game 4, Sunday, at Cleveland (6:30 p.m., Fox); x-Game 5, Monday, at Cleveland (7:11 p.m., Fox), x-lf necessary. Season Series: New York won, 6-5. PROJECTED LINEUPS Indians: Blp Roberts 2b (.302, 4 HRs, 44 RBIs), Omar Vizquel ss (.280, 43 steals), Manny Ramirez rf (.328, 26, 88), Jim Thome 1b (.286, 40, 102), David Justice dh (.329, 33, 101), Matt Williams 3b (.263, 32, 105), Sandy Alomar c (.324, 21, 83), Brian Giles If (.268,17, 61), Marquis Grissom cf (.262, 12, 66). Yankees: Tim Raines dh (.321, 4, 38), Derek Jeter ss (.291,10, 70), Paul O'Neill rf (.324, 21, 117), Bernle Williams cf (.328, 21, 100), Tlno Martinez 1b (.296, 44, 141), Chad Curtis If (.284, 15, 55), Wade Boggs 3b (.292, 4, 28), Joe Glrardi c (.264, 1, 50), Rey Sanchez 2b (.312, 1,15). PROJECTED ROTATIONS Indians: RH Orel Hershlser (14-6, 4.47 ERA), RH Jaret Wright (8-3, 4.38), RH Charles Nagy (15-11,4.28). Yankees: RH David Cone (12-6, 2.82), LH Andy Pettitte (18-7, 2.88), LH David Wells (1610,4.21). RELIEVERS Indians: RH Jose Mesa (16 saves), LH Paul Assenmacher (5-0, 75 games), RH Mike Jackson (3.24, 71 games), RH Eric Plunk (4.66, 66 Ks, 65 2-3 Innings). Yankees: RH Mariano Rivera (43 saves), RH Jeff Nelson (2.86 ERA league-high 77 appearances), LH Mike Stanton (6-1, 64 games), RH Brian Boehrlnger (3-2 since return from elbow surgery). MATCHUPS Indians: Teams just met last week In Cleveland with Yankees winning two of three. Indians rallied from 9-2 down to win first game and clinch AL Central. ... Grissom, who has struggled all year, batted team-high .436 vs. Yankees and hit game-winning homer off Rivera In July 14 win.... Matt Williams hit five of team's 17 homers and drove In 13 runs.... Thome, who hit 36 of 40 homers against right-handers, batted only .167. Still, he figures to start against Pettitte and Wells. ... Hershlser, 8-1 In career postseason starts, had only complete game June 28 at Yankee Stadium. Yankees: Team average of .319 with Glrardl's .500 (11-of-22) high among regulars. ... Yankees lefty power — Martinez (5 homers, 13 RBIs) and O'Neill (.375, 15 hits) — flourished against right-handers.... Gooden went 3-0 with 2.25 ERA and Is 5-0 lifetime vs. Indians. BIG PICTURE Indians: Won third straight division title this year under manager Mike Hargrove, holding off late charges by Milwaukee and Chicago.... Unlike last two years when they won 199 games combined, never were more than 14 games over .500.... Pulled off blockbuster trade on eve of opening day, sending Kenny Lofton to Atlanta for Grissom and Justice. Offseason acquisition of Matt Williams helped offset Albert Belle's departure to White Sox. Yankees: Defending World Series champions won their second wild card in three years despite bettering 1996 regular-season record. ... Injuries forced manager Joe Torre to constantly juggle lineup and rotation, but team qualified for third straight postseason for first time since 1976-78.... Rivera has been steady In first year as closer following loss of Series MVP John Wetteland.... Cone's shoulder looks healthy. WATCH FOR • Wright's big night. Hargrove chose 21-year- old rookie for Game 2 start over Nagy. Hard- throwing right-hander will be making his first appearance at Yankee Stadium. • Big Daddy. Fielder Is 100 percent after missing nearly two months with fractured thumb. His clutch hitting was key to Yanks' run last October. PREDICTION: YANKEES in 4 NATIONAL LEAGUE HOUSTON VS. ATLANTA Schedule: Game 1, today, at Atlanta (1:07 p.m., ESPN); Game 2, Wednesday, at Atlanta (12:07 p.m., ESPN); Game 3, Friday, at Houston (3:07 p.m., ESPN); x-Game 4, Saturday, at Houston (12:07 p.m., ESPN); x-Game 5, Sunday, at Houston (12:07 p.m., ESPN). x-lf necessary. Season Series: Atlanta won, 7-4. PROJECTED LINEUPS Astros: Craig Blggio 2b (.309, 22 HRs, 81 RBIs), Derek Bell rf (.276, 15, 71), Jeff Bagwell 1b (.286, 43, 135), Luis Gonzalez If (.258, 10, 68), Richard Hidalgo cf (.306, 2, 6), Bill Spiers 3b (.320, 4, 48), Ricky Gutierrez ss (.261, 3, 34), Brad Ausmus c (.266, 4, 44), Darryl Kile p. Braves: Kenny Lofton cf (.333, 5, 48), Jeff Blauser ss (.308, 17, 70), Chipper Jones 3b (.295, 21, 111), Fred McGrlff 1b (.277, 22, 97), Ryan Klesko If (.261, 24, 84), Javy Lopez c (.295, 23, 68), Michael Tucker (.283, 14, 56) or Andruw Jones rf (.231, 18, 70), Tony Graffanl- no 2b (.258, 8, 20), Greg Maddux p. PROJECTED ROTATIONS Astros: RH Darryl Kile (19-7, 2.57 ERA), LH Mike Hampton (15-10, 3.83), RH Shane Reynolds (9-10,4.23). Braves: RH Greg Maddux (19-4, 2.20 ERA), LH Tom Glavine (14-7, 2.96), RH John Smoltz (15-12, 3.02), LH Denny Neagle (20-5, 2.97). RELIEVERS Astros: LH Billy Wagner (23 saves, 106 strikeouts In 66 to Innings), LH Mike Magnante (2.27 ERA in 40 games), RH Russ Springer (74 strikeouts In 55 to Innings), LH Tom Martin (2.09 ERA as rookie), RH Jose Lima (1-6). Braves: RH Mark Wohlers (33 saves In 40 chances), LH Alan Embree (hard-throwing lefty specialist), RH Brad Clontz (5-1, 51 games), RH Mike Gather (rookie with 2.39 ERA). MATCHUPS Astros: Houston and Atlanta may have been the most evenly matched teams In the majors this year. Even though NL East champion Braves won the season series 7-4, all 11 games were decided by either one or two runs. ... Kile, even with great curveball, was 0-2 with 3.38 ERA In three starts.... Lefties Wagner and Martin allowed one earned run In eight innings. ... Bagwell homered twice and drew 10 walks. ... Astros safe on 12 of 15 steal tries. Braves: Glavine owned Astros, going 3-0 with a 1.33 ERA. ... Smoltz (1-2) and Maddux (0-1) weren't as successful... Wohlers saved five of Atlanta's seven wins.... Lofton hit .347, making him the only regular over .300. But the speedy leadoff man was safe on only one of five steal tries.... Lopez hit a team-high three home runs. ... RF platoon of Andruw Jones (.208) and Tucker (.185) did little. ... Graffanino homered twice in only 15 ABs. BIG PICTURE Astros: Making first playoff appearance since losing exciting series to Mats in 1986.... Alone atop NL Central since July 18.... Larry Dlerker Is only sixth manager to win a division title in his first season. ... Bagwell set team record for home runs, and became first Astros player to reach 30-homer, 30-steal mark. He Is the first full-time first baseman ever to do It. ... Bigglo (47 SB) scored 146 runs, most by NL player In 65 years. ... Like Braves, pitching Is their strength. Fielding, though, Is not as sharp. Braves: Only team in majors to win 100 games.... Became first club In history to win six straight division championships. ... Led majors In ERA and shutouts (17). How strong is the rotation? Neagle, the only 20-game winner In the NL, Is the No. 4 starter. ... Middle relief Is a weak spot, and Wohlers has been blowing ninth-Inning leads. ' WATCH FOR • Experience factor. Braves have plenty of it, Astros don't. Players new to the postseason, particularly pitchers, can get rattled. • Astros to run. Speed is a big part of their game, and they'll try to disrupt Atlanta's starters — especially Maddux — on the bases. • Tense, tight games. It's usually 4-3 when these teams play. PREDICTION: BRAVES in 4 SAN FRANCISCO VS. FLORIDA Schedule: Game 1, today, at Florida (3:07 p.m., ESPN); Game 2, Wednesday, at Florida (3:07 p.m., ESPN); Game 3, Friday, at San Francisco (7:07 p.m., NBC); x-Game 4, Saturday, at San Francisco (10:07 p.m., ESPN): x-Game 5, Sunday, at San Francisco (10:07 p.m., ESPN). x-if necessary. Season Series: San Francisco won, 6-5. PROJECTED LINEUPS Giants: Darryl Hamilton cf (.270, 5 HRs, 43 RBIs), Bill Mueller 3b (.292,7,44), Barry Bonds If (.291, 40, 101), Jeff Kent 2b (.250, 29, 121), J.T. Snow 1b (.281,28,104), Stan Javier (.286, 8, 50) or Glenallen Hill rf (.261, 11, 64), Jose Vizcaino ss (.266, 5, 50), Brian Johnson c (.279,11,27), Kirk Rueter p. Marlins: Devon White cf (.245, 6, 34), Edgar Renteria ss (.277, 4, 52), Gary Sheffield rf (.250, 21, 71), Bobby Bonllla 3b (.297, 17, 96), Molses Alou If (.292, 23, 115), Jeff Conine (.242, 17, 61) or Darren Daulton 1b (.263, 14, 63), Charles Johnson c (.250, 19, 63), Kurt Abbott 2b (.274, 6,30), Kevin Brown p. PROJECTED ROTATIONS Giants: LH Kirk Rueter (13-6, 3.45 ERA), LH Shawn Estes (19-5, 3.13), LH Wilson Alvarez (4-3, 4.48, 9-8 with White Sox), RH Mark Gardner (12-9, 4.29). Marlins: RH Kevin Brown (16-8, 2.69), LH Al Lelter (11-9, 4.34), RH Alex Fernandez (17-12, 3.59), LH Tony Saunders (4-6, 4.61). RELIEVERS Giants: RH Rod Beck (37 saves), RH Roberto Hernandez (2.48 ERA since trade from White Sox), RH Julian Tavarez (1 inning at a time), LH Rich Rodriguez (lefty specialist), LH Terry Mulholland (6-13 for Giants and Cubs), RH Doug Henry (4.71 ERA). Marlins: RH Robb Nen (35 saves), RH Jay Powell (7-2, 3.28), LH Felix Heredia (4.29), LH Dennis Cook (3.90), RH Llvan Hernandez (9-3 as starter). MATCHUPS Giants: Bonds hit only .103 (3-for-29) with one homer against Marlins, but they pitched him carefully, walking him 13 times. ... Estes was 2-0 with 1.93 ERA In two starts. Rueter also had 1.93 ERA In two starts.... Beck pitched 'three scoreless Innings in three appearances. Roberto Hernandez, however, allowed four runs In 1 % Innings. Marlins: Brown pitched no-hitter at San Francisco on June 10. He went 2-0 In two starts against the Giants, allowing one run In 18 Innings. ... Alou batted .359 with three home runs and 11 RBIs. ... Nen struggled with 13.50 ERA In four appearances.... Fernandez was 0-2 with 7.84 ERA. ... Lelter was 1-0 with 1.06 ERA In three starts. ... Sheffield hit .324, homered twice and drove In six runs. BIG PICTURE Giants: Won first NL West championship since 1989.... Only the fourth team to go from last place to first place In following year, joining 1991 Twins, 1991 Braves and 1993 Phillies. Giants were 68-94 last year, then traded away Matt Williams.... First playoff team since 1987 Twins to be outscored during season.... Bonds surged In final month, looking for postseason redemption. Marlins: Earned first playoff spot In five-year history, winning wild card. Have improved record in each season of existence. ... Spent nearly $100 million to lure manager Jim Leyland from Pittsburgh and sign Alou, Bonllla and other free agents, then spent more than $60 million on Sheffield's extension.... Went 23-5 in one-run decisions at Pro Player Stadium ... Sheffield did not produce as expected. WATCH FOR • The Pittsburgh connection. The last time Bonds, Bonllla and Leyland were all together, It marked the Pirates' third straight loss In the NL playoffs. Bonds, a three-time MVP, looks to atone for .191 postseason average. • Brawn's opener. He's 4-0 with an 0.61 ERA lifetime against Giants. Could give Marlins an early lead, or give San Francisco a big boost if they beat him. PREDICTION: GIANTS In 5 Royals endure horrible season After another finish in cellar, KG anticipates more offseason change By DOUG TUCKER The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. — For the first time since the death .of team founder Ewing Kauffman, concern is growing over whether the Royals will stay in Kansas City, although an announcement made Monday could ease some of the worries. In any event, the once-stable franchise could be on the verge of tumultuous change, top to bottom. From the executive suites where power is held to the stadium kitchens where meals are prepared, uncertainty encircles a team that went 67-94 and finished last in the AL Central for the second straight season. Facing public pressure, the board of directors that's controlled the club since Kauffman's death in 1993 voted Monday to go ahead with the auction process to find a new owner, rather than waiting another year as previously planned. At least three local groups are interested, including one in which former Royals star George Brett is an investor. "If we don't get stable ownership soon, Kansas City could lose the Royals," banker Jerry Green, a frustrated suitor, had said prior to Monday's announcement. The Royals board is headed by Wal-Mart chief executive officer David Glass, who had been considered a potential buyer until taking himself out of the running Monday. The board had insisted the process should not start until 1998, but Glass said it decided to move up the timetable. "The board concluded that because we appear to have three local bidders who have a serious interest in the team that now's the time to start the process," Glass said at a news conference after Monday's board meeting. Glass and team .president Mike Herman, who has been a walking, talking public relations disaster, had said the franchise and the game needed to stabilize before reliable ownership can be found. Making a case for Herk Robinson, a likable, sincere man who's been a member of the front office staff for 29 years and general manager for seven, is tough. Robinson's long-range strategies have veered and fluttered like a Phil Niekro knuckleball. Scrapping a much-publicized youth movement last winter, Robinson acquired designated hitter Chili Davis, first basemart Jeff King and shortstop Jay Bell and had every reason to believe the club was finally headed up. During the spring, the blustery Herman predicted 90 wins. Robinson called Bob Boone "as good a manager as there is in baseball." But with the team 36-46 at the All-Star break, Robinson fired Boone. Under Tony Muser, the Royal's fifth manager since .1991, Kansas City went 31-48. Bell, Davis and King all had banner years. With every reason to believe pitching was solid, Robinson figun d enhanced run production would send the Royals soaring toward contender status. But the bullpen had an ERA over 6.00 in the first half, and;!the starters faltered in the second half. In Bell, Davis and King, the Royals had three players with 20 or more homers for the first :time since 1988 and at least 90 RBIs for the first time since 1979.; Yet, against Cleveland, Chicago, and Milwaukee, the Royals were 10-25. Average attendance of 19,710 was up almost 2,000 from 1996 despite a home record of 33-47, the worst in team history. But the collapse of '97 may cause a drop at the gate in 1998. • :'; Muser signed a two-year deal and will presumably be back, and Robinson has signed King to a two- year contract. But Bell, the finest shortstop the Royals ever had, is unlikely to stay. During the last home game, everybody in Kauffman Stadium seemed to be hugging and saying farewell. Because of a change in the services contract, all,food workers were told they might be let go. And because of a switch in flagship stations, even popular Denny Matthews, the Royals' radio voice since the team began in 1969, faced possible release. , • "I want to be back," Matthews said. "And I think I probably — probably — will be. But around here these days, who knows?" the Salina Journal 785-823-6363 Toll Free In Kansas Call 1-800-827-6363 Mciste. Card L - J Fax 785-823-3207 ANNOUNCEMENTS— Monuments, Funeral Directors 11 In Memoriam 15 Card of Thanks 19 Amusements, Events 25, Vacations, Resorts 27 Personals 29 Special Notices 35 Lodges-Clubs 39 Lost-Found 45 Schools-Instructions 49 SPECIA1 SERVICES— Alterations & Sewing 55 Appliance Repair 59 Art Services 63 Beauty & Barber Shops 69 Bicycle-Motorcycle Repair 75 Billiards & Pool Tables 77 Bookkeeping-Taxes 79 Carpentry & Remodeling 85 Child Care & Services 87 Cleaning-Commercial, Home 89 Clocks-WatchesJewelry 95 Courier/Delivery Services 97 Electric Service & Motors 99 Fencing 103 Furniture Repair 105 Healthcare 113 Hearing Aid Supplies 115 Heating & Air Conditioning 119 Insulation-Siding 121 Internet/Computer Services 123 Laundry-Dry Cleaning 125 Lawn & Garden Care 129 Lawn Mowers & Engines 135 Leather Cleaning, Repair 136 Masonry & Concrete 137 Miscellaneous Services 138 Moving 139 Nursing-Rest Homes 145 Odd Jobs 155 Office Equipment 159 Painting & Papering 165 Parking Lot Striping 167 Pest Control 169 LEGALS (First Published In The . Salina Journal September 30.1997) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION Plaintiff vs. GEORGE HARRADINE, decease* ROSE F. HARHADINE; SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, F.S.B.. formerly Security Savings and Loan Association; and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of each of the Defendants as may be deceased; LEGALS the unknown spouses of the Defendants; the unknown officers, successors, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of the Defendants as are existing, dissolved or dor mant corporations; the unknown executors, devisees, trustees, creditors, successors and assigns of such of the Defendants as are or were partners or In any partnership; the unknown guardians, conservators and trustees of such ol the Defendants as are minors or In anywise under legal disability; Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE Case No. 97 CVC-108 "it LEGALS TO: THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS AND TO ALL PERSONS WHO ARE OR MAY BE CONCERNED By virtue of an Order of Sale Issued to me out of the said District Court In the above entitled action, I will on the 15th day of October, 1997, at 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day, at the front door of the Courthouse In the City of Salina, Saline County, Kansas, offer at public sale, and sell to the highest and best bidder for cash In hand, the following described real estate, lowlt: Lot Twelve (12), Block Ten Photography 175 Piano Tuning & Repair 179 Plumbing-Sewer Service 185 Rental Services 189 Repairs-Small Engines 190 Roofing 191 Security Systems 192 Shoe Repair 193 Storage 195 Swimming Pools-Spas 196 Therapy 197 Trash Hauling & Clean-up 198 Tree Pruning-Removal-Spraying . . .199 TV Repair 203 Typing-Resumes 205 Upholstery-Carpet-Drapes 209 Waterproofing 211 Vacuum Sales-Repairs 213 EMPLOYMENT- Help Wanted, Motel 245 Help Wanted, General 249 Help Wanted, Medical 261 Ad Itoadlln* i., Frl. Publication , Won. .l. r , •,;..,,.;...,11 a.m. .; Itot.,,......,,.., 3 p.m., Frl. Wp* ...........,,,, .11 «.m., Mon, Thur, ,. ,11 •.m.,Tu«8. Frl ........11 «,m.,W»d. 8tt ,.}..,.. .',10411., WML ,8un ,..,,,..',,,. 11 a,m,,Thur. New Ads, Cancellations arid Corrections '(Una ada do not Induda photo*, bordara or artwork) Publication Ad Deadline , Mon . ,10 «.m. f Sat. "-' TUM.., ,,..,,,.. ,1 p.m., Mon. ';' •' . F ' UfAjJ " ' \ ' i <t M ••* ^^IAA t W*u. ..,,.,.,,.,,.... ,1 p.lTIti I MM. Thur,.,, , .,1 p,m,,w«d. Frl» , .1 p,m.,Thur. ni, ' Sat, ...... f 10 a.m., Frl. >•'•-' S Sun..,....;..., 1p.m,,Frl. ^ Y0f*oY/f>*« .may *» <w//»r durlrtg holiday parlodf) INDEX Help Wanted, Drivers 253 Salespeople Wanted 265 Employment Opportunities 269 Situations Wanted 275 Business Opportunites 279 MERCHANDISE- Loans-Insurance 285 Want to Buy 289 Good Tilings To Eat 295 Musical Instruments 299 Wearing Apparel 305 Jewelry 307 Miscellaneous 311 Garage Sales, Flea Markets 335 Antiques & Collectibles 339 Furniture & Appliances 345 Heating-Air Conditioning 349 TV-Radio-Stereo 355 Business Equipment 359 Computers 361 Building Materials, Tools 365 Construction Equipment 369 Lawn Mowers 371 Firewood 373 Flowers, Plants, Trees 375 Pet Stock & Supplies 379 Farm Equipment 395 Farmers Wants & Services 399 Seeds, Feeds, Fertilizers 405 Livestock 409 Poultry & Supplies 415 Public Auctions .429 RENTALS & REAL ESTATE Furnished Apartments .: 475 Furnished Houses-Duplexes 477 Sleeping Rooms 479 Unfurnished Apartments 481 Unfurnished Houses-Duplexes ... .483 Mobile Home Rentals 485 Roommates 585 Houses-Lots For Sale 589 Want To Rent 593 Investment Property 599 Business Buildings 681 Business Property 683 Office Space 685 Out of Town Real Estate 687 Garages-Parking Lots 689 Farms & Farmland 691 Real Estate Wanted 693 RECREATION- Sporting Goods 729 Boats, Marine Supplies 733 Airplanes 735 Mobile Homes 737 Campers & Trailers 739 AUTOMOTIVE Auto Service & Parts 761 Motorcycles, Go-Carts 763 Car, Truck Rentals 765- Cars 767 Trucks 768 Classics-Antique Autos 769' LEGALS (10), Mayfalr Addition to the City of Salina, Saline County, Kansas (more commonly referred to as 2311 S. Ohio, Salina, Kansas); subject to the first mortgage lien of Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation; The above described real estate Is taken as the property of the De fendant Rose F. Harradlne and IB directed by the said Order of Sale to be sold, and will be sold without appraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. GLEN KOCHANOWSKI SHERIFF OF SALINE LEGALS COUNTY, KANSAS ROBERT M.WASKO, #9163 219 North Santa Fe P.O. Box 1245 Salina, Kansas 67402-1245 (765) 623-3750 Attorney For Plaintiff (3tsp) (P^bliihecTinThe Salina Journal September 30,1997) RESOLUTION VB7-1G34 RESOLUTION DECLARING MINIMUM MAINTENANCE ROAD AND CONTROLLED ACCESS FACILITY WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Saline County, Kansas Is authorized by and pur- suant to K.S.A. 68-5, 102, K.S.A. 68-1901, et seq., and K.S.A. 19101, et seq., to make such orders concerning property belonging to the County as it deems necessary, and to declare certain county roads as minimum maintenance roads and controlled access facilities. AND, WHEREAS, The Board of County Commissioners ot Saline County, Kansas, deems it to be In the Public's best Interest, both as safety measure and for economic reasons, to determine the road more specifically described below, to be declared a "minimum malnle LEGALS nance road" pursuant to K.S.A. 68 5, 102 and further declared as a "controlled access facility" pursuant to K.S.A. 68-1901, et aeq. AND, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that in accordance with K.S.A. 68-5, 102, K.S.A. 68-1901, et seq., and K.S.A. 10-101, et seq., the road, which Is more specifically described as: Beginning at a point on the north line of Section 5, T14S, R1W 300 feet west of the northeast corner of said Section 5; thence east southeasterly a distance of 350 feet to a point on the east line of said Section 5, said polpt being ap- LEGALS proxlmately 150 ft. south of the northeast corner of said Section 5, AKA Stimmel Road at Klpp Road. Is deemed to be used only occasionally, or Is used only by a few Individuals. Further, the board deems It to be In the public's best Interest to control the access of said road to a limited number of Individuals. As such, said road qualified for designation as a "minimum maintenance": and as a "controlled access facility* BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this Resolution shall be transmitted to the Planning Commission of the County for Its LEGALS recommendation as to whether said road, described above,'shall be declared a minimum maintenance road. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that In accordance with K.S.A. 685, 102(c), a hearing will be held In Room 107 of the City-County Building, 300 West Ash, on the 14lh day of October. 1997 at 11:00 a.m. Any person wishing to appear at such hearing and give evidence or testimony thereon, may do so. At the conclusion of such hearing, the Board shall determine what road or parts of roads described In such resolution are to be declared a minimum maintenance read and

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