The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 28, 1996 · Page 7
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 7

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, January 28, 1996
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THE SALINA JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1996 A7 BRIEFLY Bosnian foes refuse to release all prisoners SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Hundreds of prisoners of war were freed across Bosnia on Saturday, but in a fresh obstacle to peace, the former foes reneged on promises to release everyone captured in 42 months of war. The prisoner releases, key to the success of the U.S.-brokered peace accord, are already a week behind schedule. The accord stipulated that 900 prisoners registered with the international Red Cross were to be freed unconditionally by Jan. 19. But only about a third were released on time. The Red Cross said Croats and Muslims released about 250 prisoners, but kept some back. The Bosnian Serbs released none, despite earlier promises to do so made under pressure from the international community. Germany remembers victims of Nazi terror BERLIN — Germany observed its first national day of remembrance for victims of Nazi terror with quiet wreath-laying ceremonies Saturday at a former concentration camp and at a memorial to Nazi opponents. But no ceremonies were organized by the federal government, and most major political speeches were delivered in advance, drawing criticism from some Jewish leaders. "I can only express my pain that that this observance was handled so offensively ... This is not what we had hoped for," said Michel Friedman, a leader of the Central Council of German Jews. The leader of Germany's Jews, Ignatz Bubis, last year called for a -national day to remember the 6 million Jews killed in the Holo- -caust; Jan. 27 was designated in honor of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1945. • But with the date falling on a -Saturday this year, parliament held its observance Jan. 19 and many politicians issued speeches on the eve of the observance. Arrests may occur soon in tourist shootings CHARLOTTE AMALIE, U.S. ' Virgin Islands — Police have a witness to the shootings of three "American tourists and are close :to making arrests, the police chief said Saturday. Marie Sardella', 53, of Walpole, Mass., and Walter Schenk, 58, of Philadelphia, were in critical but stable condition Saturday after surgery at Centra Medico University Hospital in San Juan, Puerto Rico, said a the intensive care unit. Both had been shot in the head. ' '• Atlantic City, N.J,. restaurateur William Garrity, 52, was recovering at St. Thomas Hospital from shots in the stomach. '. "I expect we'll be making arrests very soon," said police chief Ramon Davila. "We are following solid leads and we have witness- T NIGER COUP President ousted by military Colonel takes over , government, bans political parties By The Associated Press NIAMEY, Niger — Niger's first democratically elected president was ousted in a military coup Saturday and put under arrest in the presidential palace. Col. Barre Mainassara Ibrahim announced on state-run radio that President Mahamane Ousmane was under arrest, the constitution was suspended and a temporary national council.was In control of the government. Ibrahim, who referred- to himself as the new head of state, said Prime Minister Kama Amadou had also been arrested and political parties were now banned. A soldier and a presidential guard were killed when army soldiers surrounded the presidential palace and government headquarters, Ibrahim said. • Gunfire was heard around the government headquarters late Saturday evening. People in the capi- tal of this West African nation fled to their homes and when they turned, on the radio * discovered normal programming had been cut and replaced by military music. Niger, located on the southern edge of the Sahara Desert, is dne of the world's least-developed countries. . ' '.•,'•;. • • • •• •'•'' ••"' ''•. • ';•. • Ousmane was elected in the country's first democratic election in 1993. But a year later, he was forced to dissolve the parliament rather than face a vote of no confidence and called the January 1995 elections. - ADVERTISEMENT Swedish Weight Loss Surprises Researchers Sweden-After many scientific studies, Banta was developed by Vita Source with the assistance of the U.S. Government. After extensive testing with amazing results, Banta is now available in this country. The unique ingredients of Banta are proven to burn fat, decrease appetite, and increase lean muscle tissue. 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Santa Fe 30 years of service to Salina Community 827-0447 Save 2O-25% Women's Fashions all all all all all all MISSES' AND JUNIORS' SHORT SLEEVE BASIC TEES SAVE 25% MISSES' AND JUNIORS' LEE" JEANS ON SALE MISSES'AND JUNIORS' SPRING SWEATERS ... SAVE 25% MISSES'AND JUNIORS' BLOUSES SAVE 25% PACKAGED BRAS, PANTIES AND SHAPE WEAR .SAVE 25% HUG-ALON HOSIERY SAVE 25% Save 1O-25% Men's Fashions MEN'S LEE* JEANS SALE 22.99 MEN'S DISCUS AND TEAM APPAREL SAVE 25% MEN'S WORKWEAR ........ SAVE 20% MEN'S DRESS SLACKS: FLEXSLAX, ARROW. FARAH AND LEWS" SAVE $7 DOCKERS CLASSIC TWILL AND SIDE-ELASTIC GABARDINE PANTS SALE 24.99 all all all all all Save 1O-25% Just For Kids BOYS' LEVI'S' JEANS ON SALE GIRLS' LEE'JEANS ON SALE GIRLS' FREEZE FRAME* SEPARATES SAVE 25% BOYS' 4-20 ACTIVEWEAR SAVE 25% SEGA AND NINTENDO SOFTWARE SAVE 15% AUTO HOME BUSINESS HEALTH LIFE all all all Save 2O-5O% Footwear MEN'S DRESS, CASUAL AND WORK SHOES SAVE 20-40% FASHION AND WEATHER BOOTS FOR THE FAMILY SAVE 5O% ATHLETIC SHOES FOR THE FAMILY SAVE 2O-3O% • • 911 Save 1O-5O% For the Home COLORMATE 100% COTTON SHEETS ....... SAVE 25% BATH TOWELS, BATH RUGS AND SHOWER CURTAINS* ...... SAVE 10-25% BLANKETS, BED PILLOWS AND MATTRESS PADS* SAVE 1O-2O% • Excludes speclol purchases BED-IN-A-BAG ON SALE 79.99 ANY SIZE ......... SAVE $2O MADE-TO-MEASURE BUNDS, SHADES AND TEXTILES ......... SAVE 5O% SAMSONITE AND RICARDO LUGGAGE ....... SAVE 25-50% RUG PADS ON SALE. REG. 5.99-129.99, SALE 4.79-103.99 ...... SAVE 2O% TREADMILLS, CYCLES, FITNESS SYSTEMS AND STEPPERS SAVE $1O-$1OO POOL TABLES, PING PONG TABLES, GAME TABLES* ELECTRONIC DARTBOARDS SAVE $ 10-$400 Use your Card. We also welcome.. Save 1O% off sale and regular prices Home Appliances all all all all all all all all all all all all WASHERS AND DRYERS ON SALE REFRIGERATORS AND .FREEZERS .... SAVE 10% DISHWASHERS ON SALE ON SALE RANGES ON SALE .... SAVE $20-$ 150 SEWING MACHINES... SAVE $1O-$15O CANISTER AND UPRIGHT VACS SAVE $5-$100 OVER-THE-RANGE AND COUNTERTOP MICROWAVES .. SAVE $5-$6O BUILT-IN COOKING APPLIANCES SAVE $2O-$15O AIR CONDITIONERS ON SALE FLOOR CLEANERS SAVE $5-$1OO DISPLAY MODELS, CLOSEOUTS AND ONE- OF-A-KIND ITEMS SAVE 2O-5O% DENTED. SCRATCHED AND RECONDITIONED MERCHANDISE. . SAVE 2O-5O% Save 1O% off sale and regular prices Home Electronics Sunday, all all all all all all all all TVS ONSALE SAVE 10% CAMCORDERS ON SALE SAVE 1O% VCRS ONSALE SAVE 10% STEREOS ONSALE SAVE 10% Excludes Boss products CAR STEREOS SAVE 1O% COMPUTERS ONSALE SAVE 10% WORD PROCESSORS SAVE 1O% CORDLESS PHONES SAVE 10% Monday »:•! ;w- v •- iiM' :".:!':>££ VJi ! : : : :r i •' . f f: •..=^ ':;•::':. ^'y hSsvi.;* •; ^:,-:A.s:: ,'v -Li, 1 '^ti,,: iJ^^s^m •-,, Save 5-15% Lawn and Garden all all all all all all all MOWERS AND TRACTORS .... SAVE $5 $400 GAS/ELECTRIC EDGERS, HEDGE TRIMMERS AND PRESSURE WASHERS SAVE $3-$50 LAWN BUILDING ON SALE SAVE $10-$SO LONG-HANDLED GARDENING TOOLS...SAVE 1O% HOSE, HOSE REELS AND WHEELBARROWS SAVE 1O% GAS GRILLS ON SALE SAVE $10-$50 CHAIN SAWS ON SALE SAVE $5-$50 Save 5-2O% Tires GOODYEAR ON SALE MICHELIN ON SALE BRIDGESTONE ON SALE all PIRELLI ON SALE B.F. GOODRICH ON SALE FIRESTONE ON SALE Includes oil special orders. mm *vi?* ? If; ft •VW*8W ; W<W& •• .'''^^y^i^'^iS'^ 1 ''''-i 11 :qr^/sigiijp^iK ; ;|,s:;t' .,•:;'.'.', ' •,> : . ^0^f^^^ time ; to save;^'' 1 ^^' :>tri ' ;iV:il; ' ir Save 5-2O% Tools and More CORDLESS PORTABLE ELECTRIC TOOLS SAVE 1O% GARAGE DOOR OPENERS SAVE $10-$20 MECHANICS TOOLS AND TOOLSETS SAVE 10% POWER TOOL ACCESSORIES SAVE 15% TOOL STORAGE SAVE 10% SCREWDRIVERS ONSALE SAVE 10% PLIERS ONSALE SAVE 10% WATER HEATERS ON SALE SAVE $10 $100 WATER SOFTENERS ONSALE SAVE $10 $100 SEARS BEST INTERIOR PAINT.... SAVE $4-$5 AIR CLEANERS, HUMIDIFIERS AND HEATERS... .SAVE 1O-2O% Items at most larger stores. Not all lines have all savings ranges. Some reductions may extend past Tuesday Jan. 30 Outlet stores exclud- Bri Snma.motor ODallances electronics available by special order at smaller stores. Each of these advertised items Is readily available for ^e^ 5 ad™e*eTMo^ warehouses. Allow reasonable time for delivery. Reductions from regular prices mesfomerlief?tatecS^ iSneSate markdowns taken. Prices do not Include delivery. Environmental surcharges extra We try to hav^adeauate stock of advertised items. When out of stocks occur, you have a choice: 1) a 'ralncheck. or 2) a substitute Item at the ^etSSSJ^dteo^rtWthe Item was reduced, or 3) an equal or better Item at the adverted price if the.Item was not Jeduced.Excludes limited offers, special orders and Items not normally at your Sears store©W96 Sears. Roebuck and Co. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back.

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