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THE SALINA JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL NEWS FRIDAY, JANAURY 26, 1996 CB T PERES-KOHL MEETING T rcncva-ivjni. NICE IINU Israel not ready to seek help of German troops /"^rf"\»*l'V\rt *•%*•! W***< • !•*.£«. M. M. I -—. _J A*l 1...X I A, 1Z J.1 J J « It ._ .1 Germans may be asked to enforce peace with Syria if deal is struck By The Associated Press MUNICH, Germany — Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres briefed German leaders Thursday on peace talks with Syria, but said he stopped short of asking for German troops to help enforce any peace deal. "It's not on my agenda," Peres said. "First, we have to have peace." The Israeli newspaper Maariv reported this week that Peres was proposing a U.S.-led international force to p6lice the Golan Heights should Israel return the territory to Syria and was planning on asking Chancellor Helmut Kohl to contribute troops. After meeting with Peres, Kohl said the matter "is not an issue to discussed publicly at the moment." "There are many ways in which Germany and Europe can be help- T ISRAEL ful, but it is the decision for the Israeli government and our American friend^," Kohl said. German Defense Minister Volker Ruehe said he and Peres "talked about the very good cooperation between the armed forces of our countries, and about the peace process and what European countries can do to stabilize the peace process." Syrian-Israeli negotiations resumed last month after a six- month interruption. Syria wants Israel to return the Golan Heights, which it captured in 1967 and later annexed. Israeli concerns that surrendering the strategic plateau would endanger its security have helped slow peace negotiations. A German troop deployment on Israel's behalf would mark Germany's boldest foreign mission since World War II. Although Austrian troops have long been stationed as U.N. observers on the Golan, German troops would be sure to stir debate in the Jewish state. Blood banks throw away donations by Ethiopians By The Associated Press JERUSALEM — Israel's blood banks accepted, then secretly threw away, donations by Ethiopian Jews who have a higher risk of infection with the AIDS virus than other ethnic groups in Israel. The policy is another slap in the face to Israel's 56,000 Ethiopians, struggling to belong in a country that has accepted them more in theory than in practice. "This is pure racism," said Adisso Massalah, a spokesman for Ethiopian immigrants, said of the policy. Dozens of Ethiopian Jews protested Thursday outside the Jerusalem office of Health Minister Ephraim Sneh. Israel's Ethiopians feel alienated from a society that has questioned, though ultimately upheld, the legitimacy of their claims to be Jews. Assimilation has been hard because they are African: Many Israelis complained when Ethiopian immigrants were moved into their neighborhoods, saying real estate values would drop. Sneh defended the blood banks' practice, saying the risk of AIDS among Ethiopians is 50 times higher than in the general Israeli population. T BOSNIA The Associated Press A convoy of Russian APCs travel along a highway Thursday outside of the Tuzla Alrbase In Bosnia. Bosnian Serbs vow to release POWs Leaders also say they will cooperate with investigators looking into war crimes By DUSAN STOJANOVIC The Associated Press BELGRADE, Yugoslavia — Apparently bowing to pressure from Serbia, Bosnian Serb leaders promised Thursday to release prisoners of war and to fully cooperate with war-crimes investigators. The Bosnian Serb in charge of POWs, Dragan Bulajic, said he would release the remaining 180 prisoners as soon as the Red Cross could take them. He said he hoped the Muslim-led government and Bosnian Croats could be persuaded to do the same. The prisoner exchange is widely seen as a key test of the U.S.-brokered peace accord that took effect last month. But only a third of 900 POWs were freed by the deadline last Friday. According to the Red Cross, the Bosnian government still holds 318 prisoners and Bosnia Croats, 177. NATO officials, who are policing the accord, said the failed release was the biggest let-down so far. The exchange broke down when the Bosnian government insisted that it would not release its prisoners unless the Serbs accounted for 20,000 Muslims the government says are missing. Many are believed to have been killed when Bosnian Serbs overran the eastern Muslim enclave of Srebrenica in July. Srebrenica has become synonymous with the atrocities of Bosnia's war. During a weekend visit to the area, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State John Shattuck said there is evidence that up to 7,000 people may lie there in mass graves. Bosnian Serbs say the numbers are exaggerated but expressed a willingness Thursday to cooperate with investigators. They still refuse to extradite alleged criminals. Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic — himself under indictment by a U.N.-appointed war crimes tribunal — told Bosnian Serb television he would cooperate fully with investigations of mass graves in Bosnia. In London, the commander of NATO forces in Bosnia said there may be up to 300 mass graves in Bosnia, the first time any senior official gave a figure for the sites. Cult leader's trial to begin April 18 By The Associated Press TOKYO — The cult leader charged with murder in the nerve gas attack on Tokyo's subway will go on trial April 18. Shoko Asahara, 40, leader of the Aum Shinri Kyo cult, is accused of orchestrating the attack March 20 that killed 12. He was scheduled to go on trial in October, but the session was canceled when Asahara fired his lawyer on the eve of the trial. T LESOTHO The Associated Press The body of Lesotho King Moshoeshoe II lies in state Thursday in Maseru. Thousands of mourners filed past the casket to pay their final respects. The burial will be today. Thousands mourn the quiet king Moshoeshoe II recalled as leader who tried to bring stability to nation By The Associated Press MASERU, Lesotho — Thousands of mourners lined up Thursday to pay final respects to a quiet king whose throne was always shaky but who came closer than anyone to bringing stability to this tiny; turbulent nation surrounded by South Africa. King Moshoeshoe II died in a car crash Jan. 17. His body lay in state in his palace Thursday as his sub- jects waited in a line a half mile long outside. The king's widow, Queen Mamo- hato Seeiso, sat wrapped, as tradition dictates, in a blanket and watched the crowd file past her husband's coffin in the foyer. Their son, heir to the throne Letsie III, refused to comment. He is expected to be crowned in a few weeks "The king was a conciliator," said Alfred Mahamo, a soldier. "There was a lot of tension between the government and the army when he was enthroned. He made them come together. He didn't speak much, but when he did, his words were, strong." Moshoeshoe drew part of his strength from the support of President Nelson Mandela of South Africa, who was to attend the king's funeral today atop Thaba Bosiu, the mountain near Maseru where Lesotho's monarchs are buried. Mandela's mediation was instrumental in restoring Moshoeshoe to power a year ago, the third time the king held Lesotho's crown since independence from Britain in 1966. The instability has much to do with Lesotho's utter dependency on its giant, powerful neighbor. Under white minority rule, South Africa provoked a coup in 1986 simply by sealing the borders. Salina Journal LEGALS (First Published In The Salina Journal January 26,1996) NOTICE TO UTILITY CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the City Clerk ol Salina, Kansas, 300 West Ash, 'Room 206, until 10:00 a.m., CDT, TUES DAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1996, for the following improvements: PROJECT NO. 95-955 SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE RECONSTRUCTION PRINCIPAL ITEMS IN THE PROJECT ARE: MANHOLE REHABILITATION, TYPE A 280 L.F. MANHOLE REHABILITATION, TYPES 140L.F. WATER 1 L.S. . The specifications and other documents are the property of the City of Salina, Kansas, and are available for public inspection at the office of the City Engineer, Room 205, 300 West Ash. The documents may be purchased from the office of the City Engineer upon payment of $10.00 which Is non-refundable. The City of Salina, Kansas, reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive any irregularities therein. CITY OF SALINA JUDY LONG, CITY CLERK (3t) (Published In The Salina Journal January 26,1996) ORDINANCE NUMBER 90-9720 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT FOR FIRE PROTECTION OF PROPERTY OUTSIDE THE CITY LIMITS. BE IT ORDAINED by the Governing Body of the City of Salina, Kansas: Section LThat the City Manager is authorized to execute a contract for fire protection of the following property located outside the city limits: Owner's Name & Address Property Location Velma and MeMn J. Pedersen, Sr. 1973 E. Old Highway 40 Salina, Kansas 67401 1973 E. Old Highway 40 - Section 2. Any and all other contracts executed with the City of Salina for fire protection on the LEGALS above mentioned property, are hereby null and void. Section 3. That this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its adoption and publication once In the official city newspaper. Introduced: Januarys, 1996 Passed: January 22,1996 /s/John Divine, Mayor (SEAL) ATTEST: Is/ Judy D. Long, City Clerk (11) (First Published In The Salina Journal January 26,1996) NOTICE TO STREET MARKINO CONTRACTORS SEALED Bids (fax bids are not accepted) addressed to the'City of Salina, Kansas and endorsed "Bid on Street Marking Program", will be received In Suite 206 of the City-County Building, 300 West Ash Street, Salina, Kansas, by Judy D. Long, City Clerk of the City of Salina, Kansas, up to 10:00 a.m. Daylight Savings, Central Standard Time on Tuesday, February 20, 1996. Shortly alter 10:00 a.m. the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in Room 209. Bids received later than this hour and date will be returned unopened. The specifications and other contract documents are available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk or General Service offices. A set of such documents may be obtained from the General Service office, P.O. Box 736, Salina, Kansas, 67402-0736. (913) 826-7380 The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids with or without cause and to waive any Irregularities therein, or technicalities under the specifications. CITY OF SALINA, KANSAS Judy D. Long, City Clerk (31) LEGALS THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that on January 16, 1996, a Petition for Appointment of Administrator Under Kansas Simplified Estates Act was filed In this Court by Shirley Train, sole heir of Morris V. Hoobler, deceased. All creditors of the decedent are notified to exhibit their demands against the Estate within four months from the date of the first publication of this notice, as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. Shirley Train, Petitioner HAMPTON, ROYCE, ENGLEMAN & NELSON, L.C. 119W. Iron, Ninth Floor P.O. Box 1247 Salina, Kansas 67402-1247 (913)827-7251 (913) 827-2815 Facsimile Attorneys for Petitioner (3tsp) (First Published In The Salina Journal January 19,1996) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of MORRIS V. HOOBLER, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. 96-CVP-4 (First Published In The Salina Journal January 19,1996) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS Probate Division In the Matter of the Estate of FRED H. SHAW, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING Case No. 96 CVP-7 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED:" You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in this Court by Carol J. Shaw, as the surviving spouse and as an owner of an Interest In the real estate, praying for the determination of the descent of the following described real estate: Lots Eight (8), Nine (9), and Ten (10) in Block Seven (7) in the town of Falun, Saline County, Kansas and all other property, real and personal, or Interest therein, owned by the decedent at the time of his death; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 12th day of February, 1996, at 9:00 a.m., of said day, in said Court, in he City of Salina, in Saline County, Kansas, at which time and 3lace said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due LEGALS course upon said petition. Is/ Carol J. Shaw CLARK, MIZE & LINVILLE, CHARTERED 129S. 8th, P.O. Box 380 Salina, KS 67402-0380 • Tel. (913) 823-6325 Fax (913) 823-1868 Attorneys for Petitioner (3tsp) (First Published In The Salina Journal January 26,1996) NOTICE TO ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING WELLS CONTRACTORS SEALED PROPOSALS (fax proposals are not accepted) addressed to the City of Salina, Kansas and endorsed "Proposal on Environmental Monitoring Wells', will be received in Suite 206 of the City-County Building, 300 West Ash Street, Salina, Kansas, by Judy D. Long, City Clerk of the City of Salina, Kansas, up to 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, February 20, 1996, Central Standard Time. Shortly after 10:00 a.m. the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in Room 209. Bids received later than this hour and date will be returned unopened. The specifications and other contract documents are available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk or General Service offices. A set of such documents may be obtained from the General Service office, P.O. Box 736, Salina, Kansas, 67402-0736. (913) 826-7380 The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids with or without cause and to waive any irregularities therein, or technicalities under the specifications. CITY OF SALINA, KANSAS Judy D. Long, City Clerk (31) (First Published In The Salina Journal January 26,1996) HOME REPAIR GRANTS NOW AVAILABLE The North Central-Flint Hills Area Agency on Aging is accepting applications from homeowners In Clay, Dickinson, Ellsworth, Geary, Jewell, Lincoln, Marlon, Mitchell, Morris, Ottawa, Republic, Rlley and Saline counties for home re- LEGALS pair grants. Grant funds can be used to: - repair roofs, structural suports, foundations, water systems, porches, electrical wiring - replace heating systems - make alterations for handicapped accessibility : alleviate overcrowding Excludes City of Salina Home owners must have owned and occupied the home to be re paired for at least one year and must meet the applicable Income guidelines. This grant program Is a cooperative effort of the North Central-Flint Hills Area Agency on Aging, Rural Economic and Community Development and local contractors. If you would like to apply for a grant or are interested in obtaining bidding procedures for contracting, contact: NORTH CENTRAL-FLINT HILLS AREA AGENCY ON AGING Salih Doughramaji, Housing Director 437 Houston Street Manhattan, KS 66502 (913)776-0017 1-800-432-2703 ( 1I > (Published In The Salina Journal January 26,1996) NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED ASSESSMENTS UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: The Board of commissioners of the City of Salina, Kansas, will meet in the City Commission Meeting Room, Room 103, City County Building, 300 West Ash Street, Salina, Kansas, on Monday, the 12th day of February, 1996, at four o'clock p.m., C.S.T., to consider the proposed assessments for the following Improvements, to-wit: PROJECT NO. 94-907 HOLIDAY RESORT ADDITION Curbing, guttering, paving and grading of DEBORAH DRIVE Curbing, guttering, paving and grading of EASTMOOR DRIVE Curbing, guttering, paving and grading of ARGONNE DRIVE Installation of a lateral sanitary sewer Installation of a water main and service As authorized by Resolution LEGALS Number 94-4784, passeH by the Board of Commissioners on the 8th day of August, 1994. The extent or boundaries of the proposed improvement district to be assessed Is: Lots 1 through 8, Block 1; Lots 1 and 2, Block 2; Lots 1 through 5, 12, Block 3; Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 4; The total cost of such improvements to property owners is $301,676.11. NORD SUBDIVISION AND WALLERIUS ADDITION #2 Curbing, guttering, paving and grading of HAGEMAN DRIVE As authorized by Resolution Number 94-4783, passed by ' the Board of Commissioners on the 8th day of August, 1994. The extent or boundaries of the proposed improvement district to be assessed is: Lots 1, Block 2 and the vacated Sun Drive, Nord Subdivision; the S 170' of Lot 7 and the N 130'of Lot 8, Block 1; Wallerius Addition No. 2. The total cost of such Improvements to property owners is $23,618.89. TWIN OAKS SUBDIVISION, TWIN OAKS II SUBDIVISION, AND TWIN OAKS III SUBDIVISION Curbing, guttering, paving and grading of CAROLINA DRIVE Curbing, guttering, paving and grading of OAK LANE Curbing, guttering, paving and grading of TARA LANE Curbing, guttering, paving and grading of TWIN OAKS DRIVE Installation of a Lateral sanitary sewer system The installation of a water main and service As authorized by Resolution Number 94-4782, passed by the 3oard of Commissioners on the 8th day of August, 1994. The extent or boundaries of the iroposed improvement district to be assessed is: Lots 7, 8 and 9, Twin Oaks Subdivision; Lots 23 through 33, Block 2 and Lots 4 through 9, Block 4 and Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 5 and Lots 1 through 4 and 9 through 12, Block 7, LEGALS Twin Oaks II Subdivision; Lots 3 and 10, Block 4 and Lots 4, 5 and 6 and 18 through 22, Block 5, Twin Oaks III Subdivision. The total cost of such improvements to property owners Is $97,582.11. Written or oral objections will be considered at the meeting and thereupon the amount of the assessment will be finally determined. The proposed assessment roll is on file for public inspection in the Office of the City Clerk, Suite 206, City-County Building, 300 West Ash Street, Salina, Kansas. Judy D. Long City Clerk (1t) 27 VACATIONS, RESORTS S K I CT5TO R A D O Breckenridge/Dlllon. Affordable! lodging, 1-800-668-2788. 35 SPECIAL NOTICES , _JPER BOWL Party at the Mulberry Bush Craft Mall in the Mid- State Mall, January 28th, 12-5pm. Prizes, demos & snacks. 45 LOST-FOUND LOST: ADULT female Brindle I Boxer, reward, Lindsborg area, (913)227-3208. (First Published In The Salina Journal January 26,1996) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In the Interest of T.H. A Child in Need of Care NOTICE OF ADJUDICATION HEARINO Case No. 95CRJ144B TO: The Unknown Father of T.H., born March 31,1983. Please take notice that the above case has been set for adjudication hearing on February 16, 1996, at 9:00 a.m. in the District Court of Saline County, Kansas, Courtroom #308, 300 West Ash, Salina, Kansas. Your failure to appear will not prevent adjudication from being entered by default. Patrick Thompson, an attorney, has been appointed as guardian ad lltem for the child. /s/Chrlstina M. Reliant, S.C.# 17275 Assistant Saline County Attorney 300 W. Ash Salina, KS 67401 913/826-6580 (3tsp) 249 HELP WANTED OOOOOOOO WHOLESALE PLUMBING Call Classified 913 823-6363 In Kansas 1 -800-827-6363 Fax 913-823-3207 249 HELP WANTED SALINA PRESBYTERIAN MANOR CERTIFIED NURSINGASSISTANT Are You Looking For: Full Time Employment Job Security An Outstanding Benalits Package An Excellent Working Environment Evening Shift Shin Differential Uniforms Furnished Then this is the ad that you want to read. Sallna's most progressive full service retirement community has openings available for qualified applicants to join our Professional Health Care Team. Apply In person to the Personnel Coordinator, Tom Highsmlth, 2601 East Crawford, Salina. E.O.E. order filling, counter sales with future In Inside and outside sales. Heavy lift- Ing required. Hours: 8am-5pm Monday thru Friday. Mechanical aptitude helpful. Fringes Include: health Insurance, prom sharing, vacations, sick leave. EOE. No smoking. Send resume to SJ 788, P.O. Box 740, Salina. oooooooo 11 MONUMENTS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS NO FINERi TRIBUTE COMMUNICATIONS CENTER DIRECTOR Sherman County, Kansas, is seeking a qualified Individual to fill the position, of 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, Goodland. Kansas 67735, Attn: Chairperson. Resumes must be received by 4:00 P.M. M.S.T., February 20, 1996. Successful candidate must submit to County [I Drug and Alcohol program. Sher- Uman County is an E.O.E. 27 VACATIONS, RESORTS BAHAMA CRUISE, 6 days/4 nights, underbooked! Must sell! $279/couple (+ port/service charges). Limited tickets. 1-800-935-9999 Ext. 371, Monday thru Saturday, 8am-9pm. MEMORIAL ART 1608 South 9th 823-2981 "A name respected in Kansas" Anonymity Safeguard If you wish to respond to a Salina Journal Blind Box advertisement but do not want it to be forwarded to a particular person or business: (1) Put your letter or resume in an envelope addressed to the SJ Blind Box number. (2)Place It In another envelope along with the name(s) of the person- company you do not want your response to go to. ;3)Address the outer envelope to fhe Salina Journal, Attention Blind Box, P.O. Box 740, Salina, KS 67402. If your response Is to one of the places listed, we will simply discard your sealed response. 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