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...J* • THE SALINA JOURNAL TUESDAY, JANUARY 23. 1996 BB BRIEFLY Crews drain fuel from leaking barge SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. — A ruptured barge that spilled 820,000 gallons of heating oil near a wildlife refuge stopped leaking Monday as crews drained more than half of the remaining fuel from the vessel. Thousands of dead lobsters, clams and starfish washed on shore, and dozens of oily birds struggled out of the ocean. Damage to Rhode Island's marine industries is expected to run into the tens of millions of dollars. Boys locked in toy store overnight GATINEAU, Quebec — A child's dream, but a parent's nightmare — two boys were locked in a Toys R Us store and spent the night playing while 150 > volunteers searched for them. Police Sgt Richard Longpre said Antony Cerezo, 8, and his brother Jerome, 6, were found safe but hungry Monday morning. At the height of the search, police brought in helicopters equipped with infrared sensors and police canine units. Longpre said the boys went to the store Sunday, fell asleep in a playhouse and were accidentally locked in when the store closed. When they woke up there was nothing to do but play and eat chocolate Easter eggs. Short hair banned for London police LONDON — Citing concern about the very short haircuts worn by a few officers in his west London Baling division, police Superintendent Bill Troke- Thomas cautioned that police who refuse to let their hair grow may face desk duty. A press spokeswoman for the Baling division said the memo was inspired by two officers "who had rather severe haircuts." From Wire Service Reports T FLOODS Homeowners start cleanup Those evacuated in mid-Atlantic begin to return to their homes' By ROGER PETTERSON Tlie Associated Press Homeowners pulled up soggy rugs Monday and shoveled up the muck left by some of the worst flooding in the mid-Atlantic states in decades, while sump, pumps chugged away, draining cold, muddy water from basements. "First you shovel out the mud. We're still shoveling out," said Linda Payne of Marlinton, W.Va. "Everything you open you've got to dump water out, dump mud out and then start cleaning it." Discarded sodden rugs were strewn along the main street of Margaretville, N.Y., in the Catskills. High water there from the East Branch of the Delaware River also destroyed businesses. "In the spring of '87 this area flooded, but nothing like this," said Brian Millen, owner of Catskill Offerings, a department store. "This is your hundred- year flood. It's just devastating." Flooding from the melting snow and last week's heavy rain forced thousands from their homes in parts of Ohio, Pennsyl- The Associated Press Bill Glatz operates a septic truck that is pumping water out of a flooded home in Yardley, Pa., Monday. Floodwaters swelled the Delaware River in the area. • vania, West Virginia, New Jersey, Maryland and New York. An estimated 100,000 in Wilkes- Barre,'Pa., were ordered out for much of Saturday. Pennsylvania officials estimated damage from the floods and the Jan. 7 blizzard at $700 million. • In the hardest-hit areas of Pennsylvania, it was the worst flooding since Hurricane Agnes blew through in 1972. T STUDENT LOANS Default rate on student loans decreases By KEVIN GALVIN The Associated Press WASHINGTON — The student loan default rate has dropped sharply and government collection efforts have cut net default costs by more than two-thirds since 1992, Education Secretary Richard Riley said Monday. "These numbers reflect real and substantial progress," Riley said. "They are the product of several aggressive management decisions that were intended to get the default problem under control." The rate of borrowers defaulting on student loans dropped to 11.6 percent in fiscal 1993, the latest year for which figures are available. That was the lowest rate since official default rate reporting began in 1988. It has declined steadily since 1990, when it peaked at 22.4 percent. Monday's news conference was aimed at countering congressional criticism by showing the department was improving its management of student loan funds. Republican budget-cutters have suggested closing the department. Education Department officials acknowledged that an improving economy contributed to the improved rate and that Bush administration programs deserved some credit. T SIMPSON LAWSUIT Probe of - ^ Simpson begins Questioning in wrongful death lawsuit opens behind closed doors By The Associated Press LOS ANGELES — With Ron Goldman's father looking on, O.J. Simpson was questioned under oath Monday-for the first time about the slayings 19 months ago of his ex-wife and her friend. The questioning took place at the law offices of Fred Goldman's attorney. Goldman, along with Nicole Brown Simpson's estate, has brought a wrongful-death lawsuit against the former football star. , Fred Goldman said his lawyer, Daniel Petrocelli, questioned Simpson "very meticulously." He would not discuss Simpson's answers or demeanor but said he was encouraged by the session, which was closed to the public. "I think there have been some very interesting things that have come up," Goldman said. The taking of the deposition is expected to continue for several days. Although the proeeding is private, attorneys can release the transcript later if they choose. Simpson, who was acquitted Oct. 3 of killing his ex-wife and her friend Ron Goldman, never testified at his trial. His only detailed statement about the case was made to detectives the day after the June 12,1994, slayings. But the jury never saw a transcript or heard the tape. Simpson was accompanied by Robert Baker, his chief lawyer in the lawsuit, and Robert Blasier, an attorney from the criminal trial. F. Lee Bailey also has been working with Simpson but was not seen entering the law firm. "* Salina Journal LEGALS (First Published In The Salina Journal January 23,1996) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of AURA L. SHORT, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. 96-CVP-5 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that on January 16, 1996, a petition was filed In this Court by Clarence L. King, Jr.. the Executor named In the Last Will and Testament of Aura L. Short, deceased, dated August 30, 1963, praying that the Will filed with the Petition be ad mined to probate and record, Petl tioner be appointed as Executor, without bond; and Petitioner be granted Letters Testamentary, You are required to file your written defenses thereto on or before February 12, 1996, at 11:30 A.M. In the District Court, in Salina, Saline County, Kansas, at which time and place the cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the Petition. All creditors are notified to ex hibit their demands against the Estate within four months from the date of the first publication of thli notice, as provided by law, and i their demands are not thus exhlb Ited, they shall be forever barred. CLARENCE L. KING, JR., Petitioner HAMPTON, ROYCE, ENGLEMAN & NELSON, L.C. Ninth Floor - United Building P.O. Box 1247 Salina, Kansas 67402-1247 (913) 827-7251 Attorneys for Petitioner (3tsp (First Published In The . Salina Journal January 9,1996; IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In The Matter Of The Estate Of OKLEY W. BROWN, deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. 95 CVP 142 The State of Kansas to All Pe sons Concerned: You are hereby notified that o the 15th day of December, 199! a petition was filed In said cou by Lyle Dean Tnayer, as an hel at-law, legatee and devisee t Okley W. Brown, deceased, pra< ing for the admission to probai of the will of Okley W. Brown da ed February 2, 1988, which filed with said petition, and for th appointment of Lyle Dean Thaye as Executor of said will, wlthou bond, and you are hereby re qulrecn6~TifS~y6uT wiTRen Helen ee thereto on or before the 5 day of February, 1996, at 9:( o'clock A.M. of said day In sa court, In the city of Salina, In S line County, Kansas, at whic time and place said cause will I heard. Should you fall therel judgment and decree will be e tered in due course upon saidi petition. All creditors are notified exhibit their demands against ti said estate within four mom from the date of the first pubHc tlon of this notice as provided . law, and if their demands are n thus exhibited they shall be fore er barred. . _ /s/USWDeanThayer, LEGALS Petitioner ARIETTA, KELLOGG & PRICE 8 South Seventh Street O. Box 2478 ' alina, Kansas 67402-2478 13)825-5403 ttorneys For Petitioner (3tsp) LEGALS 11 MONUMENTS, 249 HELP WANTED FUNERAL DIRECTORS L (First Published In The Salina Journal January 23,1996) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS the Matter of the Estate of EWAIN M. BOTTGER, eceased NOTICE OF HEARINO AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS CaseNo.96-CVP-10 HE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL ERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that on anuary 19, 1996, a petition was ed In this court by H. Kirk Downy, the Executor named In the Las VIII and Testament of Dewain M ottger, deceased,-dated May 12 994, praying that the Will filed rith the Petition be admitted to robate and record, Petitioner be ppolnted as Executor, withou jond; and Petitioner be granted e tiers Testamentary. You are required to file your writ en defenses thereto on or befon ebruary 12, 1996, at 11:30 A.M n the District Court, In Salina, Sa ne County, Kansas, at which tlnv nd place the cause will be heard jhould you fall therein, judgmen nd decree will be entered In due ouree upon the Petition.' All creditors are notified to ex .ilblt their demands against the •state within four months from th late of the first publication of Ihl lotice, as provided by law, and neir demands are not thus'exhibit id, they shall be forever barred. H. KIRK DOWNEY, Petitioner HAMPTON, ROYCE, ENQLEMAN NELSON, L.C. Ninth Floor - United Building '.O. Box 1247 Salina, Kansas 67402-1247 913)827-7251 Attorneys for Petitioner (3tsp (First Published In The alina Journal January 16,1996) N THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS Probate Division the Matter of the Estate of YRAA.ALDRICH, Wa Myra Aldrich, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING No. 95 CVP 71 IB State of Kansas To All ersons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a etitioriTTasTieen file'd In this court William J. Aldrich and Thayer . Aldrich, heirs of Myra A. Allen, a/k/a Myra Aldrich, de- eased, praying that the foreign III of Myra A. Aldrich, a/k/a Myra Udrlch, deceased, be admitted to robate and record In this court; >at no administration of this es- ite Is necessary; that the will be .onstrued; and that the property escribed In the petition be as- gned In accordance with the erms of the will. You are required, file your written defenses thereon or before February 12. (First Published In The Salina Journal January 16,1996) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS n the Matter of the Estate of MARION ELMER DAVIS, JR., Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SlTTTEflENT No. 95 CVP 79 The State ot Kansas To All Per sons Concerned: You are hereby notified that petition has been filed on 10 da of January, 1996, in this Court b Sharon Holcom, Executrix of th Estate of Marion Elmer Davis, Jr deceased, praying for a final se tlement of the Estate, approval her acts, proceedings and ac counts as Executrix, allowance fo executor's fees, attorney's fee and expenses, determination the heirs, devisees and legatee entitled to the Estate and asslg ment to them In accordance wi the Will of Marlon Elmer Davl Jr., deceased. You are hereby re quired to file your written defen es thereto on or before the 12 day ot February, 1996, at 9:l o'clock A.M. on such day, in th probate division of this Court, the City of Salina, Saline Coun msas at" which time and place ch cause will be heard. Should u fall therein, judgment and de- ee will be entered In due course' on said Petition. Sharon Holcom Executrix VCK SHEAHON, #09248 20 S. 7th, P.O. Box 914 alina, KS 67402-0914 13) 827-3629 Homey for Petitioner (3tsp) | MONUMENTS & Markers. Ours Is a complete memorial service. Respected, experience and well known. MEMORIAL ART CO., Inc. 1608-1 OS. 9th 823-2981 27 VACATIONS, RESORTS BAHAMA CRUISE, 5 days/4 nights, underbookedl Must selll $279/couple port/service charges). Limited tickets. 1-800-935-9999 Ext. 371, Monday thru Saturday, 8am-9pm. COMMUNICATIONS CENTER DIRECTOR Sherman County, Kansas, Is king a qualified Individual to fill the position ot Director ol Communications/Central Dispatch. Position Is new. Salary depending on qualifications. Send resume, along with 5 professional references to: Sherman County Communication Board, P.O. Box 632, Qoodland, Kansas 67735, lAttn: Chairperson. Resumes must be received by 4:00 P.M. M.S.T., February 20, 1996. Successful candidate must submit to County Drug and Alcohol program. Sherman County Is an E.O.E. 249 HELP WANTED MAINTENANCE POSITION AVAILABLE general maintenance, minor umbing, lawn care, painting & eanlng. High school diploma re- uired. Must be able to live on- te, 1 bedroom apartment pro- Ided. Call 826-1616 for appllca- on. WINTER PARK, Colorado, 3 bedroom, 3 bath condo, sleeps B. January 13-20, $100.227-2003. SKI COLORADO Breckenridge/Dillon. Affordable lodging, 1-800-668-2768. 35 SPECIAL NOTICES SUPER BOWL Party at the Mulberry Bush Craft Mall in the Mid- State Mall, January 28th, 12-5pm. Prizes, demos & snacks. RECEPTIONIST Salina medical office has an immediate opening for a part-time (10 hours/week) late-afternoon Monday-Friday position. Must be pleasant, well-organized, with excellent phone skills. Light typing and computer entry required. Pay commensurate with experience Apply In person: Salina Foot Clin Ic, 2302A Planet Ave. Phone 825-2900. RAMADA INN of Salina has an mmediate opening for a person to erform Janitorial duties; clean lub, lobby, hallways, and re- trooms, 5 days per week, Satur- ay and Sunday a must. Starting wage $5.251 hour, 20-25 hours pel week. Apply In person only 1949 North Ninth. CARPENTERS AND Laborers needed for construction project a Wastewater Treatment Plant In Llndsborg, Kansas. Forming and concrete phase Is being done now. Contact Prolect Superinten dent at (913)227-4375, or contac 'opeka, Kansas office 913)354-9953. EOE. I STEVEN M. Nelson will not be responsible for any bills made other than by myself. 249 HELP WANTED SCHOOLBUS RIDING ATTENDANTS Immediate- openings, no expert ence required. Training provided free, sign up bonus, company life Insurance, flexible hours, credl union. Apply at: School Services & Leasing, Inc.,-1510 West State Street, Salina, Kansas, 825-9241 E.O.E. 996. at 9:00 a.m. of such day, n such court, In the City of Salina, aline 'County, Kansas, at which me and place such cause will be eard. Should you fall therein,' udgment and decree will be en-" ered in due course upon the etltion. /s/Willlam J. Aldrich, co-Petitioner /smiayer M. Aldrich, co-Petitioner si Peter L. Peterson, Sup. Ct. #07415 CLARK, MIZE & LINVILLE, CHARTERED P.O. Box 380 -129 S. 8th St. Salina, KS 67402-0380 913)823-6325 Attorneys for Petitioners (3tsp) Anonymity Safeguard you wish to respond to a Salina umal Blind Box advertisement t dp not want It to be forwarded a particular person or business: i Put your letter or resume In an velope addressed to the SJ nd Box number. I Place It In another envelope ong with the name(s) of the per- an- company you do not want 3ur response to go to. )Address the outer envelope to he Salina Journal, Attention Blind ox, P.O. Box 740, Salina, KS ^402. your response is to one of the aces listed, we will simply dls- ard your sealed response. Res- onses can not be returned as this ould violate the confidence of the erson/company placing the ad ertisement. Private party/ non- ommerclal responses only. ROUTESALES Position Available Lampion Welding Supply seekln ggresslve Individual to grow wit i. Benefits Include: 401K, prof harlng, insurance, vacation end resume or cover letter to: P.O. Box 506 Salina, Ks. 67402 eslaurant LET RED LOBSTER WAVE YOU ON! ome see what makes Red Lober the #1 restaurant company In IB nation. You'll enjoy excellen aneftts, great money and a fun ace to work. We have opportun es for: WAITERS/ WAITRESSES HOSTS/HOSTESSES pply In person Monday-Friday om 2pm-5pm at Red Lobster 925 South 9th Avenue, Salina. Ve are an equal opportunity em loyer. RED LOBSTER DARN! I COULD HAVE ADVERTISED IN THIS SPACE $$$$$$$$ $$CNA/CMA$$ e have openings on all 3 shift r quality minded CNA's. Exce nt starting salary, benefits, insur nee and much morel Smoky HI ehab, 1007 Johnstown, (913 23-7107. EOE. $$$$$$$$ Classified ads get results. 249 HELP WANTED WAIT TABLES EVENINGS utlerrez now hiring evening aitstaff, flexible hours, great tra- Itlon. Prefer 21 years or older. Im- edlate positions. Call 825-1649. RELIABLE FIRM of 64 years eeds spring help, part-time, full- me openings. For appointments all 263-7330 or drop Into Western Izzler, W. Crawford, January 27 110:30-1:30-3:30 for group Inter- ew. MATURE, SELF motivated Re- eptionist, Monday thru Friday am-5pm with benefits. Must have eslre to succeed In your proles- ion. Please apply 333 North 'ront, 9am-3pm Monday thru Fri- ay. COOK Position available with varied lours, every other weekend off Fill out application at 2054 Lam bertson Lane or call 827-5589 fo more Information. WANTED: EXPERIENCED •lead Housekeeper for 100+ mote ocated In Central Kansas. Quallfl cations: good people skills, able to assign work and see that It I done. Weekends and long hours are necessary. Must have curren references. Send resume to S 792 P.O. Box 740, Salina. DIRECTOR OF Nursing Servic n a medium sized facility. Mus lave supervisory experience, be a team player and ability to motlvat staff, develop excellent relation ships with residents and famil members. An excellent benef program Is In place. Send resum to: SJ 784, P.O. Box 740, Salina. TTTTTTT CONSTRUCTION WORKERS Excellent Income. Must be highly mo llvaled, self-starting. Johnson Construction 827-5447 SALES OPENING Need ambitious individual who Is self-starter tor full-time sales pos tlon. Sales experience helpful, bu will train the right Individual. Appl In person, Roselawn Memoria Park, 1920 East Crawford. Western Aufo WESTERN AUTO TRAILER MECHANIC Western Auto Distribution Center has an immediate opening for a full-time trailer mechanic. Will work daytime hours, Monday - Friday. Minimum requirements: 18 years old, valid driver's license, have a mechanical background and provide own hand tools. Salary range will depend on experience. Full benefit package includes paid vacation, holidays, sick leave, 401K plan, complete insurance pkg. Apply In person, Monday - Friday, 8 AM- 4 PM at the Western Auto Distribution Centnr, RR 4, Water Well Road, Salina, KS. Pre-employment drug screening required. EOE M/F/H/V; PERMANENT POSITION for ull time Secretary/Bookkeeper for rucking company. Computer experience helpful, good organiza- lonal skills. For Interview, call 913)523-4228. HOUSEKEEPERS Apply In person only to Rnmada nn. Starting wage $5.25 pe hour. Past 30 days eligible for re view. Position open Immediately. CNA Accepting applications for full-time 6am-2pm, 3pm-11pm CNA's. Ap ply In person at Shalimar Health Center, 2054 Lambertson Lane 913) 827-5589. CARLOS O'KELLVS MEXICAN CAFE s seeking full and part-time help for all positions. Apply at Carlos O'Kelly's, Central Mall, Salina. 249 HELP WANTED WANTED: EXPERIENCED echnlclan, will train. Good pay, lood benefits, Monday thru Frilay. Send resume to: Bennett lutoplex, 651 South Ohio, Salina, Kansas 67401.. Call Classified 913 823-6363 In Kansas 1-800-827-6363 Fax 913-823-3207 249 HELP WANTED MECHANIC'S POSITION open. Requirements: mechanical knowl-' edge, must have own hand tools. Salary based on experience. 827-1584. RESIDENTIAL CARPENTER/Lead Man, pay' equal to experience, minimum 5 years. Apply Ogborn Construction, 1524 East Iron. EOE. RETAIL SALES mmedlate opening In ladies retail store. Salary plus commission anc extra benefits. Send resume to: SJ 802, P.O. Box 740, Salina. AFTERNOON COUNTER person, 15-20 hours per week, some sewing experience preferred. Ap- Dly in person Express Dry Cleaners, 540 South Santa Fe. WE HAVE openings for an experienced Cook, Dishwasher Banquet and Walt Staff. Apply In person at 2110 West Crawford Salina. Classified ads get results. WANTED: FIELD Truck Mechanic, 3-4 nights out of town. Truck experience required. Benefits available. Drug free environment. Contact Kevin 825-1181. Postal & Government Jobs $21/Hour* Benefits No Experience, Will Train Application + Information 1-800475-7648 JEWELRY STORE looking for sales help, sales experience preferred. Reply to: SJ 800, P.O. Box 740, Salina. EXPERIENCED^ FLORAL DESIGNER ( _ Fuii-ume position J ^ care. Apply o.\ the Wells 656 Monday-Friday Resume Required Ward's Garden Center 2704 Taylor Plaza . Garden City, KS 67846 [ (316)275-1902 I Heating & Air Conditioning Technician We are looking for a responsible self-motivated individual to perform commercial service work. Benefits include profit sharing, cafeteria health care, vacation and health- •Group, North Broadway, Salina, (913) 827-7241. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS For ClubWattstatt Maintenance Part-time Banquet Server Kansas based hotel company is seeking motivated team members. Excellent working conditions Competitive starting wage Come join the, most exciting service industry team. Apply in person 8:00 AM-to 5:00 PM. Holiday Inn Salina, 1616 W. Crawford. SPRINKLER INSTALLER WANTED We are looking for an experienced sprinkler person who can handle all phases of Home Sprinkler Repair and Installation. Salary commensurate with experience. 'Resume Required For more details contact Mike WARD'S GARDEN CENTER 2704 Taylor Plaza Garden City. KS 67846 (316) 275-1902 Position Available Wards Garden Center, Inc., a solid, expanding company established In 1976 is seeking an experienced... Landscape Design/ Salesperson Must be an experienced designer of Residential/Light Commercial design , and sales. Bachelor degree in Horticulture or related field required. Strong organizational skills and strong service skills a plus. Wards offers good pay, benefits and room for advancement. Apply at: Wards 2704 Taylor Plaza Garden City, KS 67846 (316)275-1902 Resume Required IMMEDIATE OPENINGS For MAIDS Kansas based hotel company is seeking motivated team members. Free Continental, Breakfast Discounted Lunch Meals Monthly Incentive Bonus 'Health Insurance Plan 'Paid Vacation Holiday Inn discounts on room reservations world wide. Uniforms furnished excellent woridng conditions Competitive starting wage Come join the most exciting service industry team. Apply in person 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Holiday Inn Salina, 1616 W. Crawford. 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