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THE SALINA JOURNAL YOUTH WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1997 SB SEXUAL ABUSE Abused teen girls face more risks Studies find sexually abused girls get poor grades, use drugs By LAURA MECKLER The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Teen-age girls who report being sexually abused are more likely to get pregnant, have poor grades and use drugs, according to three studies that paint a dismal portrait of life for adolescent victims. Researchers have long believed that sexual abuse puts its victims on a dangerous path, but these studies offer some of the most detailed, comprehensive research to date. They found, on nearly every measure of quality of life, abused girls face a tougher road: • In Washington state, teen girls who had been sexually abused were more than twice as likely to have sexual intercourse and three times as likely to get "On almost any indicator, abused girls are at twice the risk." Karen David president of Commonwealth Fund, which released a national survey of adolescents pregnant. • In a Midwestern state, which researchers would not identify, teen-agers with a history of sexual abuse were likely to have more sexual partners than other teen-agers. More hopefully, this study also concluded that abused teens with supportive families could beat those odds. • In a national survey of adolescents, girls who had been sexually or physically abused were more likely to be depressed, smoke, drink alcohol and use drugs. "This serves as a wake-up call to all of us," said Karen Davis, president of the Commonwealth Fund, which released the national survey. "On almost any indicator, abused girls are at twice the risk." The Commonwealth survey was based on questionnaires filled out by 6,748 students across the country, although the analysis was not reviewed by outsiders. The other two studies were being published Wednesday in Family Planning Perspectives, a peer-reviewed journal published by the Alan Guttmacher Institute, which studies reproductive health issues. The prevalence of sexual abuse varied among the studies, all of which asked students to anonymously complete a questionnaire. In Washington state, researchers found 23 percent of adolescent girls were sexually abused; in the Midwestern state, it was 10 percent. The national survey found 12 percent of high school girls reporting sexual abuse. In Washington, researchers concluded that sexually abused girls were more likely to have sex at a younger age, more likely to have several partners and less likely to use birth control. Together, this behavior makes them more likely to get pregnant. "When early sexual experiences are coercive, demeaning and too early, it can make girls feel that their primary worth is related to sexuality," said the study's author, Jacqueline Stock, a researcher at the Battelle Center for Public Health Research and Evaluation in Seattle. T FRATERNITY DEATH MIT pledge dies of alcohol overdose By The Associated Press CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — A freshman found unconscious amjd vomit and empty liquor bottles at a Massachusetts Institute of Technology fraternity has died of an alcohol overdose. Scott Krueger, 18, of Orchard Park, N.Y., died late Monday, three days after the fraternity pledge was discovered in his basement room at the Phi Gamma Delta house. His parents said his blood-alcohol level had reached .410 percent — five times the legal limit for drivers in Massachusetts. Authorities say that means he consumed about 16 drinks. The medical examiner said Tuesday that Krueger died of an alcohol overdose. "You'd think people here would be smarter than that. But in some cases, tragic things just happen," said John Fries, 18, an MIT freshman. It was at least the second such death at at an American university this semester. In August, a Louisiana State University fraternity pledge died at a hospital after a night of drinking. A clean-cut three-letter athlete who graduated in the top 10 of the 325 students in his high school class, Krueger had attended a party at the fraternity earlier that night where he was paired off with a "big brother," and where alcohol was served, school officials said. Police have begun a criminal investigation, and licensing authorities in Boston, where the fraternity is located, have charged it with serving alcohol to minors, allowing an overdose of alcohol and other violations. The drinking age in all states is 21. MIT has also suspended Phi Gamma Delta from participating in campus social activities. Students said Phi Gamma Delta promoted an image of itself as MIT's "Animal House" frat. Salina Journal 785-823-6363 Toll Free In Kansas Call 1-800-827-6363 Fax 785-823-3207 INDEX ANNOUNCEMENTS— Monuments, Funeral Directors 11 In Memorlam 15 Card of Thanks 19 Amusements, Events 26 Vacations, Resorts 27 Personals 29 ' Special Notices ..: 35 Lodges-Clubs ..,;•.,..'. ,v..'..... .39 Lost-Found 45 Schools-Instructions 49 SPECIAL SERVICES— ;: Alterations & Sewing 55 . Appliance Repair 59 Art Services 03 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-Watches-Jewelry 95 Courier/Delivery Services 97 Electric Service & Motors 99 Fencing .103 Furniture Repair 105 Health Care 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 Photography 175 Piano Tuning & Repair 170 Plumbing-Sewer Service 185 Rental Services .189 Repairs-Small Engines 100 Roofing 191 Security Systems 192 Shoe Repair 193 Storage 195 Swimming Pools-Spas 106 Therapy 197 Trash Hauling & Clean-up 198 Tree Pruning-Removal-Spraying .. .199 TVRepalr ...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 251 Help Wanted, Drivers 253 Salespeople Wanted 265 Employment Opportunities 269 Situations Wanted 275 Business Opportunltes 279 MERCHANDISE- Loans-Insurance .285 Want to Buy 289 Good Things 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 (Published In The ' Salina Journal October 1,1997) HUOLUTION NUMBUI 87-B2OO A RESOLUTION OF FINDING *8 TO THE ADVISABILITY AND A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CONSTRUCTION PUR8UANTTO K.8.A. 12-8*01 et eeq. OF AN IMPROVEMENT CONSISTING OF CERTAIN STORM DRAIN-AGE IMPROVEMENTS IN THE EXIST* ING DRAINAGE CHANNEL IN .COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES ADDITION NO. 3 TO THE CITY OF SALINA, KANSAS. ' Pursuant to findings ot advlsabll- 'Ity made by the Governing Body ol •the City of Salina, Kansas, WHEREAS, a petition was filed with the City Clerk on the 19th day pf September, 1997, under and pursuant to K.S.A. 12-8a01 et seq. to make certain storm drainage Improvements In the existing drainage channel In Country Club Estates Addition No. 3, NOW, THEREFORE, be It re solved by the Governing Body of the City of Salina, Kansas, that the following findings as to the advisability of making certain storm drainage Improvement* In the ex. Istlng drainage channel In Country 'Club Estates Addition No. 3 of the City Of Salina, Kansas, are hereby made, to wit: Section 1. That It Is necessary and In the public Interest to make an improvement consisting of: COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES ADDITION NO. 3 Installation of a gabion wall for erosion control In the existing drainage channel adjacent to Lot 3, Stock 1, Country Club Estates Addition No. 3. Section 2. That the estimated and probable cost of such Improvement Is (20,920.00. . Section 3. That the Governing Body hereby further finds and finally determines that the boundaries of the Improvement district against a portion of the costs of said Improvement shall be assessed are hereby established and fixed as the following legal description: Lot 3, Block 1, Country Club Estate* Addition No. 3 to the City ol Sallna, Kansas. • Section 4. The method ol as sessment shall be thai 100% ol the total cost assessed against the property shall be based on equal or lump sum lor drainage Improvement* without regard to building* gr Improvement* of the land. '-faction 6. The proposed appor tfonrrfepl of cost between the Improvement district and the dty-at iVTrie costs w*es*ed against the Improvement district *hal be 60% of the total cost of drainage Improvement*. 2. The cost* assessed against • the city-at-large shall be 50% : pi the total coil pf drainage Improvements. Section 6. That the advt*abUlty of the Improvement* *»l forth above I* hereby established a* authorized by K.8.A. l2-6a01 et seq. ' Section 7. Be II further received (hot the above described Improvement I* hereby authorized and declared to be necessary In accor Sane* with th* finding* ol the Qov frnJng Body a* set out In this re*o lutan. U UEGALS Section 8. The assessment with accrued Interest shall be levied as a special tax upon the property In eluded within the benefit district concurrent with the general proper- y taxes and shall be payable In ten '10) equal annual Installments. Section 9. That the City Engl neer be and Is hereby directed and solved ordered 'to prepare plans specifications, and estimates of the cost of said improvements. Section 10. That for the purpose of providing funds to pay the cost of such Improvements until bonds can be Issued therefore, " and City Clerk be and they hereby authorized to execute tern- made, wary notes for the City of Sallna, <ansas, as provided by K.S.A. 10- and In 123 and 12-6a04, not to he aggregate provided by law. Such temporary note* may be Is sued by Resolution from time Ime as required during the progress of the work on the Im movements herein recited. Such Block 1 emporary notes shall be In the brm and executed as provided by aw. Section 11. That the City Clerk s hereby authorized and directed to make progress payments to the contractors for materials furnished and for labor performed under the contract when estimates therefore are presented to him which have LEGALS 3f September, 1997, under and lursuantto K.S.A. 12-6a01 et seq. o make certain curbing, guttering, laving, grading, storm drainage, sanitary sewer, water main and stormwater detention Improvements In Rlffel Addition. NOW, THEREFORE, be It re- by the Governing Body of and he City of Sallna, Kansas, that the '" ollowlng findings as to the advisability of making certain curbing, guttering, paving, grading, storm Irainage, sanitary sewer, water main and stormwater detention Im- the Mayor provement* In Rlffel Addition of the exceed an Improvement conslstln to Ing ling on the date of Is- fixed as the following I wen properly certified by the City Engineer, so long as the aggregate payments do not exceed the total contract price. Section 12. That the City expects to incur capital expenditui on and after the date ol adoption ol this Resolution (the "Expenditures") In connection with such Improvement*, and Intend* to relm- arles bur»e itself for such Expenditure* against with the proceeds ol said bonds or " ' temporary notes In an amoun which, depending on the date of ls< euance of said bonds or temporary notes, may aggregate a maximum ol $20,920.00, the anticipated cost fel of such Improvement*. Section 13. This resolution shall take effect after Its passage publication once In the official city newspaper. . . Adopted and passed this 22nd square day of September, 1997. {SEAL} /s/Kristln M. Seaton, Mayor ATTEST: /s/Judy D, Long, CMC, City Clerk (11 (Published In The Sallna Journal October 1,1997) RESOLUTION NUUBM 87-91M A RESOLUTION OF FINDING AS TO THE ADVISABILITY AND A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CONSTRUCTION PURSUANT TO K.S.A. 12-9*01 et tea. OF AN IMPROVEMENT CONSIST INQ OF CERTAIN CURBING GUTTERING, PAVING, GRAD ING, STORM DRAINAGE, SANITARY SEWER, WATER MAIN AND STORMWATER PBTBN TION IMPROVEMENTS IN RiPFEL ADDITION TO THE CITY OF SAUNA, KANSAS. Purtuanl to finding* ol advlsabll Ity made by the Governing Body o the City ol Sallna, Kansas. WHEREAS, a petition was filed with the City Clerk on the 16th da; are City of Sallna, Kansas, are hereby •t.towlt: Section LThat It Is necessary the public Interest to make ' Ing of: RIFFEL ADDITION ng, guttering, paving, grad- i drainage of Rlffel Drive rom Schilling Road to a point 118 eel south of the south line ol Lot 3, , Rlffel Addition, and The Installation of a sanitary sewer main, and The Installation of a water main to serve Lots 1,2,3 and 4, Block 1 and Lots 1,2,3 and 4, Block 2, all In Rlffel Addition The Installation of a sanitary sewer pump station, and The Installation of a stormwater detention system to serve Lots 1 through 7, Block 1 and Lots 1 through 6, Block 2, all In Rlffel Addition. Section 2. That the estimated and probable cost ol such Improve- ires mentis$816,663.00. Section 3, That the Governing Body hereby further find* and finally determines that the bound' of the Improvement district a portion of the costs of said Improvement shall be assessed are hereby established and legal description: Lot* 1 through 7, Block 1 and Lots 1 through 6, Block 2, all In Rlf ' ' Addition to the City of Sallna, <ansas. Section 4. The method of a*and seesmenl shall be that 100% ot the total cost assessed against the property shall be bated on the footage for street end drainage, water, sanitary sewer and stormwater detention for each ot ol land without regard to buildings or Improvement* of the land. Motion B. The proposed apportionment of cost between the Im- jrovement district and the city-alls: costs assessed agalml the Improvement district shall be a. 100 % of the total cost of street and drainage Improve merits, Including grading, pavement, curbs and gutter*, storm pipeline*, ttorm Inlet* and any Incidental* thereto to complete the street and drainage Improvements. b. 100% of the total cost of 6* water main*, fitting*, hydrant*, water services, valve* and any Incidental* thereto to complete the water system. c. 100% of the total co*t ol sanitary tewer pipeline, manholes, service connection* and any Incidental* thereto to complete the sanitary sewer coUeafJon system. Approxl LEGALS mately 7.7% of the total cost! of sanitary sewer pump station, Including structures, pumps, control system, pipeline and any Incidentals thereto to complete the sanitary' sewer pump station to service the Rlffel Addition and other surrounding properties, d, 100% of the total cost of storm water detention system, Including earthwork, structures, pipeline, erosion control and any Incidentals thereto to complete the storm water detention system. 2. The costs assessed against the city-at-large shall be: a. Approximately 92.3% of the total cost of sanitary sewer pump station, Including structures, pumps, control system, pipeline and any Incidentals thereto to complete the sanitary sewer pump station to serve the Rlffel Addition and other surrounding properties. These costs will be paid by future tapping or square footage fees to the benefit district. b. Approximately 16% of the water mains for the over sizing of the pipelines from 6" to 12" to enhance the City's water distribution system. Section 6. That the advisability of the Improvements set forth above Is hereby established as authorized by K.S.A. 12-6aOl et seq. Section 7. Be It further resolved that the above described Improvement Is hereby authorized and declared to be necessary in accordance with the findings of the Governing Body as set out In this resolution. Section 8. The assessment with accrued Interest shall be levied as a special tax upon the property In. eluded within the benefit district concurrent with the general proper- vies and shall be payable In ten "10) equal annual Installments. Section 9. That the City Engl neer be and Is hereby directed and ordered to prepare plans and specifications, and estimates of the cost ol said Improvements. Section 10. That for the purpose of providing funds to pay the cost of such Improvements until bonds can be Issued therefore, the Mayor and City Clerk be and they are hereby authorized to execute temporary notes for the City of Salina, <ansa», a* provided by K.8.A. 10123 and 12-6a04, not to exceed the aggregate provided by law. Such temporary notes may be to- sued by Resolution (rom time to time as required during the progress of the work on the Improvements herein recited. Such temporary notes shall be In the form and executed as provided by law. Section 11. That the City Clerk Is hereby authorized and directed to make progress payments to the contractors tor materials furnished and for labor performed under the contract when estimate* therefore are presented to him which have been properly certified by the City Engineer, so long as the aggregate payments do not exceed the total contract price. Section 1>. That the City expect* to Incur capital expenditure* on and after the date ol adoption ot LEGALS his Resolution (the "Expend!' ures") In connection with such Im irovements, and Intends to relm mrse Itself for such Expenditures with the proceeds of said bonds or emporary notes In an amount which, depending on the date of Issuance of said bonds or temporary notes, may aggregate a maximum of $813,663.00, the anticipated cost of such Improvements. Section 13. This resolution shall take effect after Its passage and publication once In the official city newspaper. Adopted and passed this 22nd day ol September, 1997. {SEAL} /s/Kristln M. Seaton, Mayor ATTEST: s/Judy D. Long, CMC, Ity Clerk (1t) LEGALS (Published In The Sallna Journal October 1,1997) ORDINANCE NO. 87-8827 ORDINANCE APPROVING A FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL BOND TRUST INDENTURE SUPPLEMENTING AND AMENDING A BOND TRU8T INDENTURE RELATED TO THE HOSPITAL REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS (AS- BURY-8ALINA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, INC. PROJECT), SERIES 1993 ISSUED BY THE CITY OF SALINA, KANSAS WHEREAS, the City of Sallna, Kansas (the "Bond Issuer") has en- ered into the Bond Indenture under which NatlonsBank, N.A (Mid- West), successor by merger to Bank IV, National Association which was formerly known as Bank V Kansas, N.A., has acted as the Bond Trustee; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the Jond Indenture, the Bond Issuer ias Issued its Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds (Asbury-Sallna Regional Medical Center, Inc. Pro- eel), Series 1993 (the 'Bonds"), to •efinance a project leased to Sail na Regional Health Center (the "Corporation"), successor by merger to Asbury-Sallna Regional Med- cal Center, Inc., which Bonds are he only bonds outstanding under the Bond Indenture; and WHEREAS, AMBAC Indemnity Corporation ('AMBAC Indemnity") 10* Issued its municipal bond Insurance policy Insuring the payment when due at maturity or by scheduled mandatory sinking fund redemption of the principal of anc Interest on the Bond*; and WHEREAS, NatlonsBank, N.A, (Mid-West) has decided to sell It* xjrporale trust business to Bank of New York and to discontinue its corporate trust services; and WHEREAS, the Corporation ha* •equalled that NatkmeBank, N.A (Mid-West) be removed a* Bond Trustee and that INTRUST Bank M.A. be appointed a* successor Bond Trustee; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 10.07 ot the Bond Indenture, th* Bond Trustee may be removed at any lime by an Instrument In writ Ing delivered to the Bond Trustee and the Bond Issuer and signed by AMBAC Indemnity; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 10.08 ol the Bond Indenture, a successor Bond Troatae may be appointed by the Registered Own ers of a majority In aggregate prin clpal amount of outstanding Bonds ly an Instrument in writing, and, ursuant to Section 13.02 of the Jond Indenture, AMBAC Indemni y Is deemed the exclusive Regis ered Owner of all Bonds for that turpose; and WHEREAS, the existing Section 10.08 ol the Bond Indenture requires that any successor Bond Trustee have a reported capital and surplus ol not lea* than 576,000,000, and this provision must be amended to qualify IN- TRUST Bank, N.A. tor appointment as successor Bond Trustee; and WHEREAS, AMBAC Indemnity has executed an Instrument removing NatlonsBank, N.A. (Mid- West) as Bond Trustee and appointing INTRUST Bank, N.A. as successor Bond Trustee; WHEREAS, the Corporation has requested that the Bond Issuer execute a First Supplemental Bond Trust Indenture (the "First Supplemental Bond Indenture") to effect such an amendment and to evidence that INTRUST Bank, N.A. IB* become the Bond Trustee; and WHEREAS, the Corporation and AMBAC Indemnity have consented to the amendment of the last sen- ence of Section 10.08 of the Bond ndenture to read as set forth be ow; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF SALINA, KANSAS AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Approval ol Document*. The First Supplemental Jond Indenture I* hereby approved in substantially the lorm lubmltted to and reviewed by the City on the date hereof and as attached hereto, with such change* herein a* shall be approved by the vlayor, hi* execution thereof to be conclusive evidence ol such approval. The Mayor of the City Is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver the First Supplemental Bond Indenture on behalf ol and as the act and deed ol the City. The City Clerk Is hereby authorized to affix the City* teal thereto and to attest said teal. Section 2. Further Authority. The City shall, and the officers and agent* ol the City are hereby authorized and directed to, take such action and execute euch other agreement*, document*, certificates and Instruments as may be necessary or desirable to carry out and comply with the Intent of this ordinance and to carry out, comply with and perform the duties of the City with respect to the First Sup plemental Bond Indenture. Section 3. Effective Date- This ordinance shall take effect and be In full force from and alter It* pa* sage by the City Commissioners and It* publication In the official newspaper ol the City. PASSED AND APPROVED by the City Commissioners ot the City of Sallna, Kan*** this 22nd day ol September, 1987. Introduced September 8,1997 /»/Kristin M Seaton Mayor (SEAL) ATTEST; /s/ Judy D. Long, LEGALS City Clerk.CMC QILMORE & BELL, P.C. Draft-September 4,1997 Sallna\SBTI FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL BOND TRUST INDENTURE THIS FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL BOND TRUST INDENTURE, dat ed as of September 22,1997 (the First Supplemental Bond Inden- ure"), between the CITY OF SALINA, KANSAS, a municipal corpo- atlon duly organized and under the laws of the State of Kansas (the "Bond Issuer"), and NTRUST BANK, N.A., a national banking association organized and existing under and by virtue of the aws of the United States of Amerca with its principal corporate trust office located at Wichita, Kansas, as trustee (the "Bond Trustee"), upplementlng and amending the tond Trust Indenture dated as of September 1, 1993 between the tond Issuer and NatlonsBank, N.A. (Mid-West), successor by merger to Bank IV, National Association which was formerly known as Bank IV Kansas, N.A. (said Jond Trust Indenture, as supple mented and amended hereby and as otherwise from time to time sup plemented and amended, being elerred to hereby as the "Bond In. lenture"); WHEREAS, the City of Salina, (ansas (the "Bond Issuer) has en- ered into the Bond Indenture under which NatlonsBank, N.A. (Mid West), successor by merger to Bank IV, National Association which was formerly known as Bank V Kansas, N.A., has acted as the Bond Trustee; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the Jond Indenture, the Bond Issuer w* Issued its Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds (Asbury-Sallna Regional Medical Center, Inc. Pro- ect), Series 1993 (the 'Bonds"), to efinance a project leased to Sall- na Regional Health Center (the Corporation"), successor by merger to Asbury-Sallna Regional Mod- cat Center, Inc., which Bonds are he only bonds outstanding under the Bond Indenture; and WHEREAS, AMBAC Indemnity Corporation ("AMBAC Indemnity") ias Issued Its municipal bond Insurance policy Insuring the payment when due al maturity or by scheduled mandatory sinking func edemptlon ol the principal of and merest on the Bonds; and WHEREAS, NatlonsBank, N.A Mid-West) has decided to sell Its wrporete trust business to Bank o New York and to discontinue Its corporate trust services: and WHEREAS, the Corporation has requested that NatlonsBank, N.A Mid-West) be removed as Bond Trustee and that INTRUST Bank M.A. be appointed as successo iJond Trustee; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 10.07 ol the Bond Indenture. tin Bond Trustee may be removed a any lime by an Instrument In writ Ing delivered to the Bond Trustee and the Bond Issuer and signed by AMBAC Indemnity; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Sectlo 10.08 ol the Bond Indenture, successor Bond Trustee may appointed by the Registered Own ers of a majority in aggregate prln clpal amount of outstanding Bond by on Instrument In writing, afa LEGALS existing TRUST Bank, ursuant to Section 13.02 of the ond Indenture, AMBAC Indemnl- Is deemed the exclusive Regis- red Owner ol all Bonds lor that urpose; and WHEREAS, the existing Section 0.08 of the Bond Indenture re- ulree that any successor Bond rustee have a reported capital nd surplus of not less than 75,000,000, and this provision nust be amended to qualify IN';, N.A. tor appointment s successor Bond Trustee; and WHEREAS, the Corporation and MBAC Indemnity have consented the amendment of the last sen- ence of Section 10.08 ol the Bond ndenture to read as set forth be- iw;and WHEREAS, AMBAC Indemnity as executed an Instrument re- lovlng NatlonsBank, N.A. (Mid- Vest) as Bond Trustee and ap- lointlng INTRUST Bank, N.A. as accessor Bond Trustee; NOW, THEREFORE, THIS IRST SUPPLEMENTAL BOND NDENTURE WITNESSETH, In consideration of the premises, the orporatlon and the Bond Trustee gree as follows: Section 1. Definitions, The irms used In this First Supple- iontal Bond Indenture and not therwlse defined herein shall, ex- ept as otherwise stated, have the leanings assigned to them In the tond Indenture. Section 2. Successor Bond rustee. Pursuant to the Bond In- enlure, INTRUST Bank, N.A. has een appointed as successor ond Trustee and has accepted Its appointment and agreed to per- >rm the duties and responsibilities f Bond Trustee, Section 3. Amendment of Qualifications of Successor ond Trustee. Section 10.08 ol he Bond Indenture Is hereby amended by deleting the last sen- ence ol the existing Section 10.08 nd substituting In lieu thereof the ollowlng: Every such Bond Trustee appointed pursuant to this Section shall be a trust company or bank In good standing having a reported capital, surplus and undivided profits of not less than $75,000,000 and shall be acceptable to AMBAC Indemnity and shall not be unsatisfactory to the Master Trustee or the Corporation, If no "Event ol Default" as defined In the Lease Agreement Is then in existence, inhere be such an institution willing, qualified and able to accept the trust upon customary terms. Section 4. Due Authorization ol First Supplemental Bond Indenture. The Bond Issuer Is duly authorized under the laws of the State and under all other applies ile provisions of law to execute and deliver this First Supplemental Jond Indenture and all action on I* part required by the laws ol the State lor the execution and delivery of this First Supplemental Bond In denture has been taken. Section 6. Status ol Bond In be denture. Except Insofar as hereir otherwise expressly provided, al the provisions, definitions, term and conditions ol the Bond Inden lure, as amended and supplement LEGALS d by this First Supplemental Bond ndenture are Incorporated In, and made a part ot, this First Supplemental Bond Indenture; and the Sond Indenture as amended and upplemented by this First Supplemental Bond Indenture Is In all re- pects ratified and confirmed; and ils First Supplemental Bond In- enture shall be read, taken and .onstrued as one and the same In- irument. All references to "this Jond Indenture* In the Bond lnd*n- ure shall be to the Bond Indenture s amended and supplemented by his First Supplemental Bond In- enture. Section 6. Kansas Contract his Rrst Supplemental Bond In- enture Is a contract made under he laws ol the State and for all urposes shall be construed In ac- ordance with the laws of the late. Section 7. Benefit* of Provl- loni of First Supplements! ond Indenture. Nothing In this Irst Supplemental Bond Inden- ure, expressed or Implied, snail Ive or be-construed to give any erson, firm or corporation, other mn the parties hereto, AMBAC In- • emnity and the Registered Own- rs of the Bonds, any legal or equitable right, remedy or claim under r In respect to this First Supplemental Bond Indenture, or under ny covenant, condition and provi- Ion herein contained, all Its ,ovenants, conditions and provisions being for the sole benefit of he parties hereto, AMBAC Indem- Ity and the Registered Owner of he Bonds. 8. Execution In Counterparts. his Rrst Supplemental Bond In- enture may be executed In any umber of counterparts, each of hlch shall be an original, but such x>unterparts shall together constl- ute but one and the same Instrument. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Bond Issuer has caused these pro- ents to be executed In Its corpc- ate name and with Its official seal ereunto affixed and attested by Its uly authorized officials; and to ev- dence Its acceptance of the trusts nreby created, the Bond Trust** IBS caused these presents to be ixecuted In Its corporate name and with Its corporate seal hereunto al- xed and attested by Its duty au- ihorlzed officers, as of the date first above written. CITY OF SAUNA, KANSAS By: Mayor, Kristin M. Seaton SEAL) ATTEST: By: City Clerk, Judy 0. Long, CMC INTRUST BANK, N.A. BS Bond Trustee (11) (First Published In The Salina Journal October 1,1097) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter ol the Ute Estate ol JOEL ISAACSON, Deceased. NOTICI Of HIAWNO Ca*eNo.97-CVP-ne THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In this Court by Esther V. Isaacson, as surviving spouse and one ol the helm f4 Joel Isaacson, deceased, prayOg tor

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